Writers Have Been Loving Ripe For Anarchy
The initial reviews are in and they’re saying great things about the new record!
Raven Sings The Blues wrote:
“On his sophomore outing, Cunningham proves to be not only an adept crafter of hooks, but an artist gifted with the ability to tap into just the right mix and measure of self-loathing, celebration, joy and frustration to make the genre work. He coats it all in an earworm bliss that’s hard to shake, making this an essential listen for the start of 2019, and likely a habitual home to return to as the year progresses. “
When You Motor Away remarked:
“The quality is at such a level that choosing favorite songs is an impossible task. We listen to this album daily -- at work, at home, in the car, on runs, and in the gym. Yes, Ripe for Anarchy gets our highest recommendation”
Selective Memory said:
“Then I realize Business of Dreams [new album] is not one to explore on a micro level but Cunningham’s work lies on a grandiose scale. Through heartache and sorrow emerges one of the more beautiful pop albums I have heard…”
Jigsaw Records proclaimed:
“Ever wonder how the Field Mice would've sounded if they went in a more classic R.E.M./Go-Betweens direction? Then you NEED this new Business Of Dreams! It's a janglepop masterpiece!”
“Ripe For Anarchy is a pure indie-pop gem. A sure fit in the Slumberland catalog. Give the incredible “My Old Town” and “Ripe For Anarchy” a spin below for a taste. I can say with certainty that this will be on my favorites of 2019 list come December.”
Record Turnover remarked:
“Corey Cunningham (of Terry of Malts and other luminaries) is back with his second long player as Business of Dreams. This time he’s really outdone himself, with a real gem of a pop record.”
From Pop 2 Top said:
“From the opening 'Chasing That Feeling' to the majestic, closing track 'Keep The Blues Away' Cunningham has managed to create his rendition of the genre as well as pay a stellar homage to past indie pop legends, such as The Field Mice.”
Order your copy of Ripe For Anarchy from Slumberland Records here.