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Adem – Homesongs [2004]

For your delight, we have compiled a list of popular sound bites to do with Adem’s 2004 release, Homesongs. If you think they are all nonsense, then feel free to submit your own or vote against them.

“[Adem] has that rare ability to simply sing a song, with the unadorned directness of someone who is unbothered by any sense of performing his creations.”

-PopMatters

“Beautifully conceived and executed variations of folkish principles shape this excellent debut, steering clear of the more complex folktronic conceits employed so famously by his curly-haired, gifted compadre.”

-Boomkat

“Abandoning the instrumentals and concepts, stripping away his surname and his bass lines, Ilhan has found his voice and exposed his soul for this debut.”

-The Guardian

“[Homesongs is] an album of husky voices and delicately played instruments that, at its best, is as warm and comforting as a sun-drenched blanket after a cold swim.”

-Stylus

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