Introducing volumio's album of the week

We thought it was time to start sharing a little more about the Volumio team… You might have heard from some of us or have talked to us during a moment. But what better way to know about us by the music we enjoy listening to?

Let us introduce our Volumio’s album of the week. To prepare ourselves for the weekend, we will deliver a list of curated suggestions of our favorite music collections. One album, once a week… a mix of art and pure sound quality to freeze yourself in instants that you hopefully will remember.

Our first recommendation is a newly fresh studio album from the Norwegian act Ulver: Flowers of Evil.

Recently released in August 2020, Flowers of Evil “finds the wolf pack exploring the fear and wonder of mankind’s fall from redemption”.

An outstanding album, which gives a touch of what a synth-pop album should have; from instrumental greatness to nostalgic touch. The difference is that ULVER has proof once again that they don’t need to follow the rest by simply creating catchy electronic sounds to please the general audience.

If you don’t believe us, listen it for yourself and feel the greatness with “Machine Guns and Peacock Feathers”

Purchase the vinyl on Amazon : Flowers of Evil By Ulver

Well… we want to hear from you, what are your thoughts on it? Have you listened to them before? Are they related to your music preferences?
Tell us in the comments!

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I love Ulver, a band that has always been able to reinvent itself, starting from black metal, goes through electronic/ambient up to the enjoyable synth-pop of the last two albums.
“Flowers of Evil” it’s a very good album and, for me also, “Machine Guns and Peacock Feathers” is the best song!
Moreover, it is also an “audiophile album”, it has a medium dynamic range value of 11 (based on value scale of, very rare by today’s standards (especially on pop / rock albums).
It sounds wonderful through Volumio :slight_smile: