Worm’s Cottage: ‘To Each Their Own’ EP Review

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Worm’s Cottage of the Bangalore Consolidate family combines outdoorsy acoustic elements with soft electronica to deliver a crisp four track folktronic EP.

There’s a noteworthy sense of precision in choosing the sounds. He takes a minimalist approach to give a very raw and groovy feel. Tribal elements are abundant throughout. All the songs feel fresh, airy and light. The opening track ‘The Simplest Thing’ has some beautiful guitar parts. It’s exciting to see heartfelt acoustic elements pushed on the foreground in an electronic record.

 

Rocky at some parts, the entire EP does seem very cohesive and flows smoothly from song to song. Worm’s Cottage has been churning out music every year exploring different sound spaces. It’s going to be exciting to see where he goes next.

 

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