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Album Review: Radical Face - The Family Tree: The Leaves

21 March 2016 | 4:23 pm | Carley Hall

"The Florida native once again regales and revels in acoustic strums, atmospheric beats and multi-tracked vocals, which is what the man does best."

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Ben Cooper, aka Radical Face, returns with the latest, and last, incarnation of his saga, The Family Tree: The Leaves.

The Florida native once again regales and revels in acoustic strums, atmospheric beats and multi-tracked vocals, which is what the man does best. It would just be nice if the songs, such as opener Secrets (Cellar Door) and A Ship In Port, did more with the airy, ambient builds than just float away into oblivion. Rivers In The Dust and Midnight thankfully offer up something a bit dark and different, with moody instrumentation and some memorable storytelling.