13 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Surrealistic soft-rock from the former freak-folk wildman. Building on the warped lullabies of 2013’s Mala, Ape is a strange but uncommonly gentle album, filled with whispered lyrics, keyboard drones, hints of lounge (“Theme for a Taiwanese Woman in Lime Green”), and ‘70s AM gold (“Saturday Night”). In short, a quiet reinvention.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Surrealistic soft-rock from the former freak-folk wildman. Building on the warped lullabies of 2013’s Mala, Ape is a strange but uncommonly gentle album, filled with whispered lyrics, keyboard drones, hints of lounge (“Theme for a Taiwanese Woman in Lime Green”), and ‘70s AM gold (“Saturday Night”). In short, a quiet reinvention.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

duane sanchez ,

The Mollusk II

Did Ween produce this album?

BloodWizard22 ,

Excellent as always!

I've been a fan from the beginning and the amount of creativity this guy has never ceases to amaze me. His ever evolving and changing styles are what makes him an amazing artist. Ape in Pink Marble is no exception to this. Favorite track on first listen has to be Fancy Man. BUY THIS ALBUM!!

Hecox ,

Poignant song...

"Middle Names" is my first real introduction to Mr. Banhart, and now I'm definitely a fan...

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