Mangastream is a four-piece indie pop band from Vancouver, BC. Their debut album was released in 2013 and has since become a favorite of music lovers across the world. The album was received positively by critics, who praised the unique musical style of the band. As with most acts in their position, Mangastream found success through tours and promotional activities. Since then, the group has released two more albums and toured extensively around the world. In this blog post, we review their latest release, Mangostream — A Soundtrack Album (2014).
Mangostream: A Soundtrack Album
The tender, lossy sound of an album can almost bring tears to your eyes. But when a group of four-member folk rockers Mangostream applies their sound to a song, you’ll suddenly have a different perspective. Clear and distinct, the sound of the band bursts with energy and creativity. They are often compared to the Smashing Pumpkins and The Beatles, but there’s more to the group than meets the ear. On this album, you’ll hear a rock ‘n’roll that is almost too sappy and flowery, and yet has a biting, funny side. The production of the record is also compared to The Beatles records and is lush and lush, yet baroque in its own right. Although they are often compared to the Smashing Pumpkins, the members of Mangostream are also of a more creative temperament. The lyrics on this record are often visual, with images and sound that reflect the mood of the moment. The music, by contrast, is often soundless, with only the guitars providing any flavor at all.
Why the Group Is Great
From the opening bars of “Amelia”, you’ll hear a wonderful soundsystem that takes you on a journey through a meditative state. The sound from this system is rich and luxurious, making the listener feel as though they are floating in a misty, blissful state. “The First” is a little less soothing, but still a beautiful track with a dreamy, soothing sound. “Bounce” is another song that gives you a wonderful feeling of recklessness, as the group lets loose and plays with their synths. The track has an almost playful feel to it, even though you’re in the middle of a serious Ned Funch Rock story. “Helpless” is a more somber, mournful track, but still maintains a blissful, dreamy sound. “What Now” is the album’s quiet, mournful final track. It doesn’t have the playful, silly sound that “Amelia” has, or the mournful, dreamy sound of “Bounce” or “Helpless”. But it is still a powerful, beautiful song.
The Production of A Soundtrack Album is Different from Other Types of Music
Despite the fact that they are all four-piece folk rockers, the members of Mangostream are not strictly Mughts. Their sound is very much in step with that of the alt-folk scene, while still retaining their signature, melodic sound. The members of the band have a wide range of influences, from The Beatles toThe Smashing Pumpkins. The style of the record is very much in step with the visual, emotional, and creative styles of the band. A few tracks, such as “What Now?”, “The First”, and “Amelia”, are even more in step with one another. “What Now?” is an odd, out-of-