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Nathan Degner – Cucumber: Uniquely Inspired Lo Fi Art Rock

I’ll try to withhold judgement for the incredibly phallic title of Nathan Degner’s latest EP ‘Cucumber’. Which, I suppose won’t be too difficult given the sweet sentimentality the first track unfolded with. It became clear that the up and coming recording artist has a very unique approach to his Acoustic Folk sound, which, is never a bad thing, yet, I can’t help that fear of the archetypal drove the title track to the EP to a level of novelty. I have no doubt that Nathan Degner is an artist with the ability to create serious music which any self-respecting audiophile would be willing to lap up. The lyrics bring a sobering touch to the three tracks on the EP, yet, the vocal styling which had a touch too much comedic effect detracted from the artist’s ingenuity.

Yet, if you’re looking for a playfully experimental sound, you really can’t go far wrong with Cucumber.

You can check out Nathan Degner’s latest EP out for yourself by heading over to his official website now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast