- Record Label: New West
- Release Date: Mar 24, 2023
- Summary: The fifth full-length release from Austin-based indie artist Caroline Rose was self-produced.
- Record Label: New West
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock
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Positive: 7 out of 7
Mixed: 0 out of 7
Negative: 0 out of 7
Mar 24, 2023The manic and swaggering rock cuts that colored Superstar and their preceding record, LONER, give way to thoughtful and layered shades of art pop, fused with some soaring arena-worthy highlights.
UncutMar 24, 2023Nakedly intimate narrative of self-discovery. [May 2023, p.35]
Mar 24, 2023The sense of fun that buoyed Loner and Superstar is muted on The Art of Forgetting, but the intelligence and songwriting chops are very much there, and this music brilliantly merges form and content, an exercise in pop music as therapy that's intensely personal and easily relatable.
MojoMar 24, 2023The Art Of Forgetting swings between joy and darkness with a boldness and coherence that is a marvel. [May 2023, p.84]
Mar 29, 2023Caroline Rose’s portrayal of a new beginning during the first three tracks of The Art of Forgetting is visceral and guttural. ... The tracks remarkably set the pace and atmosphere for the entirety of the record.
Mar 29, 2023Caroline Rose’s most personal album to date which, while it may not have the immediacy of Superstar or Loner it will, given time, prove just as emotionally affecting.
Mar 28, 2023The move toward emotional exorcism on The Art of Forgetting is nearly as startling as Rose’s previous stylistic pivots. ... But individual songs, as carefully articulated as they are, tend to get swallowed up by the overarching psychological thrust of The Art of Forgetting: This is a mood piece capturing a specific frame of mind, even a particular era.
Positive: 2 out of 3
Mixed: 0 out of 3
Negative: 1 out of 3
May 17, 2023I loved the poppiness of the tracks on Superstar and when I first heard the opening track Love / Lover / Friend I was perplexed because it wasI loved the poppiness of the tracks on Superstar and when I first heard the opening track Love / Lover / Friend I was perplexed because it was such a major shift in direction. However once you get past the preconception of what a Caroline Rose album should sound like you'll discover an absolutely phenomenal album. A personal dissection of rediscovering oneself after a break up and daydream of expressing that in an arena musical spectacular.… Expand
May 14, 2023This is a terrific album. I was fairly surprised to see Pitchfork gave it a 68.. seems like whomever wrote that review is not able to connectThis is a terrific album. I was fairly surprised to see Pitchfork gave it a 68.. seems like whomever wrote that review is not able to connect with Caroline's reinvented sound. I have to admit, it was such a pivot from Loner that I was a little taken aback by it. But in giving it a chance, and a real listen, it opened up and revealed its beauty.
Love this record.
Thanks Caroline!… Expand
May 18, 2023Este álbum pudio haber dado mucho más de lo que todos esperabamos, la verdad me defraudó un poco.
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