|Ital / Hive Mind|
|Label:||Planet Mu Records Ltd.|
|Add Date:||2012-02-18||Pull Date:||2012-04-21||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||15 Apr||8 Apr||26 Feb|
|1.||Apr 10, 2012:||Clubbing Zeal |
|3.||Feb 21, 2012:||the gilded youth |
|2.||Apr 05, 2012:||Instant Cat |
|4.||Feb 21, 2012:||Audiovault without Ins |
Experimental hipster house. Yes, hipster house. You know, that thing where indie rock artists leave behind their guitars and amps, pick up a laptop and send longing glances towards the dance floor. Ital is that kid. With his debut album on Planet Mu, however, he takes a step away from the bouncy bubble gum house that secured him a healthy dose of attention last year and experiments with darker textures and more nuanced compositions. Not exactly a house album, but fairly entertaining nonetheless. Fans of Blondes and Zomby should give this a shot|
Try: 1, 5, 3 FCC: Nope, all clean
1) 7:52 * Rambling, stuttering, shimmering vocal sample chopped into bits and pieces. Reassembled on a bouncy house foundation with an occasional helping hand from Ms. Whitney Houston. Solid.
2) 3:54 Warped, gurgling. Mean bass waves with some very distant metallic vocal samples.
3) 10:13 * Happily bouncing off the walls. Thumping kick drums and uplifting synthesizers create a somewhat nontraditional house jam. Goes all minimalist halfway through and builds back up
4) 10:13 Starts out with a dystopic vocal sample, gradually transitions towards a rumbling house track. Lots of rattling percussion, subtle timbre variations.
5) 10:24 * Sweeping synthesizers and heavily manipulated vocals come together in a spaced out jam. There’s a melody hiding somewhere out there, but it’s hiding well.
|1.||Doesn't Matter If You Love Him||3.||First Wave|