Alex Crispin – “Open Submission” Review

Jared Rohlfing

Alex Crispin’s Open Submission is one of the more interesting albums I have heard in a while. It has such a distinct feeling of tranquility and peace while also feeling extremely atmospheric at times. It has such a unique production to it that makes it endlessly fascinating to listen to and dissect. For some, this album will put you right to sleep which might initially turn some listeners off. However, if you can appreciate something that is totally different and possibly out of your comfort zone, then this album will be perfect to accompany you on a journey through your own subconscious. I say that because listening to this album is a strange kind of euphoria. It’s the kind of music that makes one think about the universe and our individual and collective roles we play in the grand scheme. Give this one a listen if you are someone searching for the perfect backdrop to a night of stargazing.

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HAPPY MUSIC REC MONDAY WEST CHESTER! This week’s recommendation is You Me At Six’s album “Cavalier Youth”! The 2014 album has great tunes to rock out to like “Room to Breathe” and “Cold Night”. Go check them out!

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Happy Music Rec Monday Y’all! Our recommendation this week is the “Feel Something” album by Jaymes Young! We love this album because it lives up to its namesake! Perfect lineup of moody jams and ideal for rainy days!