Music review of the Math and Physics Club album of the same name

The Math and Physics Society is a pop (or indie rock) band from Seattle, Washington. They are Charles Bert (vocals/acoustic guitar), Kevin Emerson (drums), Ethan Jones (bass/keyboards), James Warble (lead guitar), and Saud rah Humphrey (violin). Formed in 2004, they have released three EPs and a full length album through Matinee Recordings in Santa Barbara. Their genre also spans two, and according to PitchforkMedia their music is described as 풀싸롱 you’d put your hand on”. Suitable for the cutest couple!

The Mathematics and Physics Society is very interesting to hear. You can listen to Charles all day long and enjoy the music at the same time. There were no complaints about his voice (and the rest of the Math and Physics Club) and the simplicity of their songs, but the melodies and lyrics clearly left a mark on my mind.

The album opens with “Darling, Please Come Home”, which is such a catchy track that I think it’s one of the best tracks on the album. The guitar of this song keeps repeating itself with a rhythm and tempo so kind to our ears and I can’t help but can’t help it every time I hear this song mocking the guitar playing. When Charles sings “Tsar please come home.” I know they have me; they always remind me of this song. Great and beautiful can opener! I keep imagining myself saying, “Tsar, please come home…”

“I know what I want” is perfect when delivered!

The melody of this song is so relaxing and looks at the lyrics of this song “How do you know me so well? Laugh, but you would never say know what I want You can hear.” the beautiful one from Charles, which is good for this song! He sings so easily that the rest of the Mats and Physics Club joins in with his guitar, bass, drums and even violin. It is a short but a convincing song is worthy of obedience.

Stop complaining about days ending in rain and watch “April Showers”. Somehow I hear Charles singing about his date. Singing about how wonderful rain can be (you can replace “Rain” with “Rain”) when you’re with someone you love. Charles says, “I’d rather be next to me, crouched under my umbrella, even if it continues to rain. ” “April Rains” has a lot of scratch guitars and it’s like Rain Four. Math and Physics Club in a cave that plays when I hear the sound of the grammar/guitar section. Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba Rain in April Although I like rain in October, my birthday!

“Holidays and Saturdays” is a slow song and shows how versatile Math and Physic Club is. With medium and fast songs they are already very good. “Holidays and Saturdays” is just another song to prove that even slow music can be played. Picnic in the park, croquette on the lawn, staying up and chatting until dawn. That’s what we do on the weekends, right?

 A great way to slow down the album’s tempo

 

“La La La Lisa” brings the beat! It has some intermediate starts and stops, but it’s still a good route. I wonder about who Lisa (a girl he met/saw in a club?), Charles sings like he loves her so much, about wanting to hold her hand, about kissing her, about wanting to be with him . He said, “I would have died from just one kiss, I would have had a chance to hold my hands…” It is very wise of the Mathematics and Physics Society to write songs that appeal to me so much. When Charles sings “La La La La La La…”, a lot has definitely happened between him and Lisa.

“See Us Now” begins with acoustic guitar and violin. Dessert!

A good move to ask for more. “We loved each other, but now look at us, ba ba ba ba ba…” It’s like they love each other so much until now. “Now look at us…” Carlo added. Then there’s a single guitar followed by a violin solo, what a playing on such a short track!

“You’ll Miss Me” is another slower tempo track on the album. It’s one of my favorite songs on the album. I love the guitar, bass, piano, violin and even the voice in this song. It found its way into my heart even on the first listen. Charles says, “I should never let this last that long, but dare I say you’ll miss me…” and then again, “The da da da da da da da…” I should say I’d say , That’s a good thing! 😀 When, after the song, the piano turns on at the right time. It was so impressive!

“Cold as Minnesota” has a very sweet and annoying bass line. The bass itself is the song’s best asset. After the break, the people who stayed.

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