Tag: ‘C’est La Vie’

Favorite Albums of 2018: Phosphorescent – ‘C’est La Vie’

Favorite Albums of 2018: Phosphorescent – ‘C’est La Vie’

C’est La Vie by Phosphorescent Since the release of his breakthrough album, Muchacho, in 2013, the music world anxiously waited to hear what Matthew Houck, the man behind Phosphorescent, would reveal next. He teased something was near, but nothing was shared. Finally this autumn, C’est La Vie was unwrapped. C’est La Vie is a cohesive and effortless album. It is Houck’s solar system, where […]

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Phosphorescent – ‘C’est La Vie’ (album review)

Phosphorescent – ‘C’est La Vie’ (album review)

 Five years ago, Matthew Houck unveiled Muchacho, which not only would be his breakthrough album as Phosphorescent but also one of the decade’s most remarkable efforts. Within the bold and sweeping soundscapes were stories of restlessness, unhappiness, and remorse, and yet it still felt triumphant. Since 2013, Houck moved from Brooklyn to Nashville with is wife and daughter, built […]

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