An album that you wish never to end, Emitter has predominantly calmer and serene melodies, that underlines its own atmosphere of striking and profound vagueness. With an impeccable technical structure – that expands from the vicinities of its discreet, but mordacious neoclassical aspirations –, the audacious creativity of the band has no limits whatsoever, as you can hear saxophone and cello occasionally, marvelously diluted into the dissonant and almost somnolent horizon of a translucent, expressive and insurgent coldness.
With a sonorous indolence that is essentially indebted to post rock, all the general additions the band has incorporated into their musical framework proved to be vital and exceedingly functional elements to conceive a very distinctive and singular style. One hour long, the album is never monotonous nor homogeneous; its fortuitous qualities impregnates the proverbially abundant tonalities of its horizontal creative line, that effectively dissipates over its sober artistic cosmogony such a superb level of authenticity, that it’s impossible not to feel astounded while listening this splendid masterpiece.
A magnificent and highly impressive album – something extraordinary for a work that is essentially quieter, discreet and serene –, Emitter displays a graceful, even nostalgic, neoclassical atmosphere, that aggregates an interesting concept into its fundamentally unorthodox and unique musical features. With a profoundly innovative and original proposal, The Pirate Ship Quintet reveals itself to be a sensational and tremendously aggrandizing musical group, whose genuine sonorous identity is consistent enough to take the underground scene by storm.