REVIEW | Mt Doubt: My Past Is A Quiet Beast

Last year, Edinburgh-based alternative artist Mt Doubt made a significant impression in the Scottish scene, and with an album as strong as My Past Is A Quiet Beast, it’s easy to see why this chap has been garnering some serious attention.

Opening in spine-chilling fashion with Beast, he proceeds to deliver to the listening audience plentiful of pleasant upbeat numbers with enjoyable guitar work to be had, such as Feathers and Leap.

In addition, we get a variety of endearing mellow tunes carried forth by smooth rhythms including SlumpI Break Spirit and Soft Wrists, as well as songs that stand out with mesmirising, hypnotic sounds in the form of Dancing Phantoms and Telmosses.

Named as one of the “Top 25 Scottish Artists to Watch in 2016” by the renowned Vic Galloway for a reason, Mt Doubt is riding a bustling wave of momentum that is sure to take him to great new heights over the course of the next year.

 

 

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