A game changing music masterpiece. Even in a crowded field of pop contenders, it’s nevertheless a sheer joy to behold Seth Goodman’s latest pop epic with The Grand Undoing.
Key tracks like “Key Biscayne” are both lyrically satisfying and gloriously retro while ballads like “Falling From A Plane” exhibit a world-class knack for expressionistic balladry.
Swims around with mascara streaked swagger, a living, breathing exhortation of what it means to be alive and well with rock ‘n roll.
A truly original and wild ride. Songs like “Cross Over Now” are ragged, loose, and sound as if he will collapse any second if he doesn’t get another drink quickly, but they’re also insanely fun and catchy
Sparkling wine enthusiast Seth Goodman is unlike anyone making music today. His dissident, country-tinged songwriting is insanely fun and different… Like David Bowie on acid backed by The Swans.
Sometime it is the unexpectedly off the wall, completely left-of-center grandeur that makes something so good. The Grand Undoing’s sophomore release is a glorious musical experiment with an oddball confidence akin to the early work of David Bowie.
Embraces the grotesque with an innovative approach. Goodman’s elegant musicianship is a mystifying attribute that shines throughout White Space Flavors And Parties On TV. At times, listening to this full-length would make you feel as if you just heard Nick Cave successfully taking a stab at re-creating Darkness On The Edge Of Town. will make you feel as if you set foot into another dimension.
Expect the most dazzlingly inventive and original album released this year
Goodman is the master of mood dissonance: his highly enjoyable album is also one of the most despairing I’ve heard all year. He means to entertain, not to disturb, and in this regard he absolutely succeeds. White Space Flavors and Parties on TV is worth the time its originality demands from the listener.
If you’ve been looking for an artist who stylistically stands out in the very crowded indie music scene, you have found him in Seth Goodman. A sort of audio Salvador Dali, The Grand Undoing’s “White Space Flavors & Parties on TV” is so distinct in its uniqueness that it may require more than one listen to fully appreciate. But once you get it, it is impossible to not be amazed by the depth of artistic creativity offered with this sophomore effort.
Let Seth and Co. sit you down for a spell and tell you about a simpler time, that could easily be the past or the future. Either way, you won’t want to miss the story.
There’s a restless sense of energy and fun that undergirds the ten tracks of The Grand Undoing’s latest recording White Space Flavors and Parties on TV. Drawing from elements of sound that range from David Bowie and Frank Zappa to roots country and Americana, Seth Goodman, the artist behind the moniker, crafts a sound that is altogether more bright and sunny than his lyrical outlook. And it’s that artistry that keeps you dancing.
On the ten track White Space Flavors And Parties On TV, Grand Undoing leader Seth Goodman seems to pull off the impossible on a fantastic album that doubles as a 21st century retro pop flashback.
It’s a real grower and comes into its own after a few spins, we get drawn into its orbit, in a very crowded field it manages to be individual enough to stand out, great stuff