Review: Steve Jinski – Muscle Memory Double LP

Steve Jinski comes back with his fourth album, a double LP that revisits and remasters his debut ‘Eventually’ on the second disk. The inspiration of Giles Martin’s work remixing Beatles records is tangible throughout, with songs based around chords and refined guitar work, but also some sonic similarity to David Bowie’s early work – especially on the track ‘Putting The Boat Out’. It’s undeniable that Jinski is at his best when storytelling through his lyrics. Meandering and romantic narratives pepper the smartly-curated EP and the variance between each track ensures that the listener stays on the path Jinski has trod down for them. An album for a more reflective type of audience, there are moments to breathe and pauses that make the audience lean into the all-important lyricism. A must-listen track has to be ‘Picture Post’, which is a lush and intricate song and reaches the peak of Jinski’s storytelling through songwriting.  


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