Secret Gold

The Unlimited Stars

Expansive as the desert night, The Unlimited Stars, 'Secret Gold' lays a dreamy, psychedelic atmosphere over listeners. Nostalgic, intimate, empowering, these beautifully textured tracks go beyond the average indie rock as their poetic lyrics, and orchestral cello, violin, Hammond organ and piano take the listener on a journey through the stars
Expansive as the desert night, The Unlimited Stars, 'Secret Gold' lays a dreamy, psychedelic atmosphere over listeners. Nostalgic, intimate, empowering, these beautifully textured tracks go beyond the average indie rock as their poetic lyrics, and orchestral cello, violin, Hammond organ and piano take the listener on a journey through the stars inside themselves. All tracks were recorded at 12th Street Sound and produced by Andrew Hernandez (Arroyo Audio).
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tHE WILD IS CALLING REVIEWS 'ANGEL LUST' 3/1/2023

The singers initial smokey whispery delivery has a seductive affect.  She shape shifts with effortless melodic prowess, ascending to her second level like a tempered siren before resolving to her devilish hush.  The drummer scales the toms in tandem with her exotic flux, adding to the hypnotic gypsy allure. 

The minimalist arrangement adds to its curious appeal and sanctimonious value. It’s built to honor each players poetic insight.  With subtle nostalgia the vibe graces the histories of The Cranberries and Natalie Merchant elegantly.  Like them, the singer behind The Unlimited Stars is rare, connected to some ancient fabric known to the badlands of these haunted lands, conjuring a history of tragedy with her haunting delivery.  

Dimitry churilov REVIEWS 'SECRET GOLD' LP FOR MANGOWAVE MUSIC BLOG 2/24/23

What sets this band apart, is an elusive, beautiful sadness that pervades much of their music. In the vein of 16 Horsepower (band), dreamy soundscapes and occasional folk harmonies provide a backdrop against slow-burning tracks that take return trips to showcase a mastery of melancholic mood. Perfect soundtrack for driving a coffin to a funeral that you don't feel particularly sad about attending.

bEACHSLOTH REVIEWS SECRET GOLD LP 2/23/23

Romantic to its core the tracks on Secret Gold intersect in a rather dazzling way. Parts of the album bring to mind Beach House‚Äôs mystical presence¬†for they employ walls of sounds comprised of violin, lead guitar, bass, cello, organ and piano; the kind that reveal an entire tapestry of blooming colors. In addition,¬†there's an early My Bloody Valentine quality, specifically from their ‚ÄúIsn‚Äôt Anything‚ÄĚ period. When tying these many pieces together they create something quite unique, a bridging of the past present and future of rock into a cohesive whole.