Train’s Here

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“Train’s Here” Album by Ethan Immanuel Pelser

“Run dear,your train’s here.” 18 year old artist Ethan Pelser -who goes by his middle name Immanuel- had some available recording equipment in his house for a brief time to make his first solo effort at a musical project. The first track is a melancholic reflection at one’s identity crisis, while the following track “Suspicions Made” had minor to major chord progressions to give off Immanuel’s indecisive feelings about loved ones and colleagues. As tracks follow one another, a sense of growth and contentment is felt as the track “Wait” has a patient progression. A departure from this emotive journey would be to step on the train in the final track. A stream of piano compositions compile over one another as you step on the platform with plinky high notes and haunting low ones.

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“Train’s Here” Album by Ethan Immanuel Pelser

“Run dear,your train’s here.” 18 year old artist Ethan Pelser -who goes by his middle name Immanuel- had some available recording equipment in his house for a brief time to make his first solo effort at a musical project. The first track is a melancholic reflection at one’s identity crisis, while the following track “Suspicions Made” had minor to major chord progressions to give off Immanuel’s indecisive feelings about loved ones and colleagues. As tracks follow one another, a sense of growth and contentment is felt as the track “Wait” has a patient progression. A departure from this emotive journey would be to step on the train in the final track. A stream of piano compositions compile over one another as you step on the platform with plinky high notes and haunting low ones.

 

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“Train’s Here” Album by Ethan Immanuel Pelser

"Run dear,your train's here." 18 year old artist Ethan Pelser -who goes by his middle name Immanuel- had some available recording equipment in his house for a brief time to make his first solo effort at a musical project. The first track is a melancholic reflection at one's identity crisis, while the following track "Suspicions Made" had minor to major chord progressions to give off Immanuel's indecisive feelings about loved ones and colleagues. As tracks follow one another, a sense of growth and contentment is felt as the track "Wait" has a patient progression. A departure from this emotive journey would be to step on the train in the final track. A stream of piano compositions compile over one another as you step on the platform with plinky high notes and haunting low ones.