Season Dreaming - Blind Man's Colour
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  • Summary: This is the debut album for the Florida indie rock band.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Behind all the artifice, behind the production and underwater effects, is some simple but solid songwriting. The catchy, cheerful melodies combine with the psychedelic production to create a trippy beach-music feel appropriate for their St. Petersburg roots.
  2. Season Dreaming is the sort of record that could, in the wrong hands, easily drift off into formless bedlam, but the group's employment of simple melodies and tunefulness when needed keeps that from happening.
  3. Season Dreaming isn’t the complete statement of a group fully formed, but a solid argument for better stuff to come.
  4. Season's Dreaming is hit-or-miss, much like the first few albums of their greatest influence, but Blind Man's Colour has the talent to figure it out and separate their sound not only from Animal Collective, but the herds of bands with simialr influence. [Summer 2009, p.60]
  5. 60
    The album’s blend of sonic gauze, earnest keening, electronic blooping, analog clatter, ethnic flavor, and nostalgic ’60s pop emits a rainbow glow that’s as comforting as it is comfortable.
  6. There’s potential for a good album from the group, but they have yet to find a unique voice and passion with which to write.