Boon’s sound is enormous and embracing, the type of music that can only be created through tight relationships, and makes for an inspirational—if not introspective—listen
Boon’s art-pop sound is in fine form on the kaleidoscopic “Jasmine Seeds,” a deeply layered effort that plays with repetition and looped vocals just beneath the song’s concurrent verses. It’s psychedelic pop with a lot to take in, but an easy atmosphere in which to do so, the effect nearly sounding like two songs played together in unison.
Our Year-End coverage "fun" isn't over just yet. You've read our spectacular "Year In Review" feature (available to bookmark for your convenience) and checked out the "Staff Picks" count-down, but now it's time to hear from some friends of the site in a feature we're calling "Guest List," a chance for bands, labels, and music industry types to share what kept them going over the past year.
There's No Saving This House, is a drift into another dimension, a gorgeous and scenic record bound by no genre constraints and full of enchantment. It's an album about "acceptance, confusion, self doubt and the way these states can cycle," but it feels at ease, comfortable in it's skin and free of tension.