Review | Other Lives - Tamer Animals

Other Lives – Tamer Animals

Other Lives latest album Tamer Animals is lush and haunting and epic. The four guys and one lady from Stillwater, Oklahoma have created an album, where layer after layer of sound beautifully transports you elsewhere. Whether a dense forest or a far away space scape (as seen in their music video for For 12) this entire album is simply otherworldly.

There are numerous layers that weave in and out of each song. Trumpets and horns on Dark Horse add an urgency to the song, and the hmmm-ing and oooohhhh-ing found in the album’s title track is just as essential in the layered sound as the instruments are. The list of instruments used on the 11-track second album from the quintet is long and varied: bass clarinet, cello, bassoon, trumpet, violin and the french horn.

Overall, the album is something that sounds wholly original. But there’s a bit of deja vu to be found here as well. Like somewhere we’ve heard this song in a picturesqe, sweeping scene from a

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movie, or we’ve heard and recognized the depth in lead singer Jesse Tabish’ voice. It’s easy to jump into this album, and easy to get lost in it too.

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