Lossless Genn - unum (2023) Hi-Res music
Quality: FLAC 24 bit / 44.1 kHz (Tracks)
Style: Art Pop, Post-Punk, Psychedelic Rock, Jazz, Folk
RAR Size: 448 Mb
1. Rohmeresse (4:51)
2. Days and Nights (3:16)
3. A Muse (In Limbo) (3:53)
4. Heloise (3:09)
5. Calypso (2:59)
6. Le Saut du Pigeon (2:30)
7. A Reprise (That Girl) (2:08)
8. Apparition No.7 (4:25)
9. Wild West (4:40)
10. The Sister Of (2:47)
11. The Merchant Of (4:28)
GENN are a collective sisterhood of like-minded musicians who started out as a band originally in Malta before moving to the UK and finding Brighton as their newly adopted home. As a group with multi-national backgrounds, covering Maltese, British, Jamaican and Portuguese roots, this has inevitably shaped their experience of working within the music industry and also their sound and style. And this has already shone through in the singles they have released so far with A Reprise (That Girl) and Calypso having previously being featured in Louder Than War.
ĠENN are made up of Janelle Borg - guitars, Sofia Rosa Cooper - drums, Leona Farrugia - vocals, and Leanne Zammit - bass. There is no doubt that they are a band with a resolutely independent streak, demonstrated by them setting up the Liminal Collective through which they continue to release their music. This is a new multi-disciplinary collective that also serves as a space for other creatives to develop and release their art and collaborate with like-minded individuals.
The debut album, unum, draws on all their collective influences and experiences as well as channelling their unfazed attitude of mixing personal issues with the political amidst their constant push towards championing more minorities within the music industry. Their sound moves from the abrasive to the quiet and subtle as they deliver an eclectic mix of sounds which cover post-punk, art-pop, psych-rock, noise rock all the way through to jazz and folk. It’s a sumptuous mix which caters for all tastes and is fit to broaden the horizons of all those who care to listen.