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Boomkat Product Review:
Now quite rightly starting to make waves on both sides of the Atlantic, Loney, Dear is in no short supply of talent. The Swedish multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter records his charmingly bittersweet music in the basement of his parents' house, but you certainly get the impression that after the release of this record, he won't have to be doing that any longer. Loney, Noir by rights should be the album that gets Emil Svanangen the international recognition he deserves. There's some serious melodic alchemy going on within the Sufjan Stevens-meets-Steely Dan magic of 'I Am John', not to mention the improbably symphonic 'Carrying A Stone', which within four short minutes swells into a miniature epic, loaded with a strangely buoyant moroseness. A highly rewarding listen, and frankly, rather brilliant.