Sean Palm Days on End

Sean Palm Days on End
Sean Palm's first full-length album, a release on the Railyard Recordings he co-founded, can be described as mediocre at best. After listening to Days on End numerous times, track after track failed to grab attention — unresolved melodic progressions and poorly executed, recycled ideas are all that are there. The vast world of deep melodic techno is full of less-than-average producers, with a select few continuing to raise the bar for this genre; Sean Palm is not one of them. I felt myself flipping through this album hoping for a shining moment that never comes. Days on End will easily get lost in the endless sea of back catalogue records that will never move from record shops, nestled beside Mathew Jonson's Walking on the Hands that Follow Me EP, which signalled the end of melodic techno's short run in popularity. (Railyard)