Adam Cresswell, aka Rodney Cromwell, will be releasing his new album, “Memory Box,” on March 18, compliments of Happy Robot Records.
Rodney Cromwell dips into the inspiration inkwells of synth-pop and chill-wave, taking cues from Kraftwerk, The Cure, Polyrock, Stereolab and others. Gary Numan and Vince Clarke are also floating in and out through the album, to my ears, at least.
Moving from robotic voicing to orchestral synth waves, Rodney Cromwell is giving us an album of enchanting music with lyrics that span topics as diverse as the dangers of TV shopping and the unfulfilled future that we were offered but never received.
Memory Box is full of synth waves dancing in and out, sweeping us off our feet one moment and encouraging us to sit and listen to the next one. The tracks march incessantly forward with drum machines keeping everything moving and melding seamlessly as the tracks merge into the album’s whole.
The ‘Memory Box’ LP is out on March 18 via Happy Robots Records with distribution by Cargo Records. Distributed by Cargo Records, it will be available on yellow vinyl LP, in stores and digitally on all the major platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music and Bandcamp.
‘Memory Box’ LP order https://rodneycromwell.bandcamp.com/album/memory-box-2
‘Opus Three’ single https://youtu.be/SfT_MeP1CqY
Artist Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/5dTvT69KRMnuB2l3rq945G
‘Memory Box’ video https://youtu.be/aY1Uza7pz8M
‘Memory Box’ EP https://rodneycromwell.bandcamp.com/album/memory-box-single
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