7 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Melody Prochet wraps heartache and pain in adventurous psych-pop.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Melody Prochet wraps heartache and pain in adventurous psych-pop.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Thirty2C ,

A real step down

Eclectic and irritating, Bon Voyage shows a significant plummet in Melody's quality of music-making since her previous effort, the fantastic Melody's Echo Chamber. Nearly every song here is comprised of various contrasting ideas stuck together like some Frankenstein's monster, often punctuated by annoyingly loud screams, random sampling, and dopey spoken-word monologues. Even if the songs weren't marred by Melody's bizarre approach to structure and overall composition, they'd still be pretty mediocre tunes, barring the catchy "Breathe In, Breathe Out." It's also a wimpy seven songs long, so even if you do like it, there sadly isn't much to listen to, but if you don't, well, at least the pain isn't prolonged.

padsby ,

excellent

very good album. one of the most interesting albums i've listened to in a while.

BIGTIMEBOBBYBONGO ,

Beautiful work!!!

Just heard this at the record store and I feel like I’ve been missing out! There is a psychedelic quality to the record that never strays too far from beauty. I thought for a moment that someone had unearthed some unreleased Broadcast or Blonde Redhead had maybe done some ayahuasca inspired deep diving. Excited to listen to earlier offerings as well.