The melodies, in overall, are increasingly ascendant and proverbial in tone, and allusive to a lucid approach of rapture, that inadvertently creates a marvelous sense of infinity into the songs. Inserted in an audacious conjuncture that aggregates an intense evaluation of rhythmic capacities that sometimes remember a neoclassical panorama of effervescent sonority throughout the infinite paradigm of the music, There’s No One New Around You manages to have an individualistic tension that corroborates its flirtatious and charming, but easy rhythmic structure. While I can’t define this album precisely as magnificent, the final result manages to be a satisfactory work.
The harmonies are generally intriguing and salutary consecrations of sentimental grievances, that seems to rise from strict, but exploratory patterns of happiness. While the group follows the more general basis of post rock as whole, there is a formidable verve of authenticity brilliantly developed and inserted into their style. Unfortunately, sometimes, an invariable sense of monotony can be felt throughout the record, as the melodies feels lethargic and redundant at certain passages, but nothing that compromises the main qualities of the work. In a general evaluation, There’s No One New Around You can be considered a good album. Nevertheless, they seem to have far more competence in technical terms than in the creative aspects of their music.
For an audience sympathetic to a more symmetric sound, that gets close to neoclassical and easy listening, this album certainly will be received as a pleasant surprise. With a serene atmosphere, and an exponentially calm sonorous layer, Gazelle(s) has conceived an interesting album, that deserves to have its place of appreciation, in the podiums of the genre.