Röyksopp – Melody A.M.

1 10 2010

Listened: Monday September 13

I love Melody A.M. It’s the epitome of well-made chill-out music. Eple is one of my favorite songs ever. Remind Me is pretty good too; the vocals are done by fellow Norwegian Erlend Øye, which of course works well.

In parts it’s almost jazzy, in other parts it’s very electronic and sampley. When I put it on, I just get lost in the soundscapes. The album is over before I know it. This music would be great for a party soundtrack, romance, or relaxing after a long day. It just fits.



3 responses

14 02 2011
Mylo – Destroy Rock & Roll « Emily's Albums A to Z

[…] many these days trying to completely ape the 80s. It’s a British version of Röyksopp’s Melody A.M crossed with Daft […]

19 12 2011
Erlend Øye – Unrest « Emily's Albums A to Z

[…] it would be just as brilliant. However, it seems his time has been spent guesting on albums like Royksopp, and on more KOC albums. Not that I’m complaining – they’re amazing too. […]

25 02 2012
Kings of Convenience – Versus « Emily's Albums A to Z

[…] is an unlikely mixture of Kings of Convenience, Erlend Oye‘s solo work, and Royksopp. Such beautiful acoustic music seems odd to remix, but a wonderful new vibe is added by several […]

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