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Pattern Is Movement / Pattern Is Movement
Album:Pattern Is Movement Collection:General
Artist:Pattern Is Movement Added:08/2014
Label:This Is Hometapes 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-08-22 Pull Date:2014-10-24 
Week Ending:19 Oct12 Oct5 Oct21 Sep7 Sep24 Aug
Airplays:111211

Recent Airplay
1.Sat, 18 Apr 15:Friggz
Distractions
4.Fri, 10 Oct 14:DJ Muscat
A Visit From Drum
2.Wed, 10 Dec 14:Friggz
Monkey Barrier
5.Fri, 03 Oct 14:DJ Muscat
A Visit From Drum
3.Thu, 16 Oct 14:Mister Esquire
Meow
6.Thu, 18 Sep 14:Angelina
Amber Waves

Album Review
Friggz
Reviewed 2014-08-25 
Experimental indie rock (I’ve heard it called math rock) from Philly. A kind of repetitive daze that puts you in a trance. It’s intricate, haunting, and mesmerizing all at once.
RIYL: Dirty Projectors, James Blake, Beirut (at times).
FCC Clean. Recommended: 1. They’re all great but the first track is mind blowing.

1. ****(5:17) Dragged out and ghostly melodious vocals over a fast-paced but calm experimental medley with funky interludes. The last couple minutes are glorious and entrancing (“All-mmmh-migh-ty overfloooww”). Play it now.
2. (2:56) Alternates between hypnotic strings and what I can only describe as funky Caribbean vibes.
3. (4:19) Speaking of Caribbean, here’s a song called Rum. Sweet vocals, with light percussions. Brass/strings comes in mid-way (reminiscent of Beirut). Light piano crescendo at the end.
4. (4:13) Enveloping vocals with (autotuned?) background singing. Starts off light-hearted, but ends with erratic drums.
5. (3:21) Begins with a simpler tempo. Electronic jingle in the background. Once again percussions slowly take over.
6. (5:02) Moody and slow. Sounds like a funeral organ. Light strings come in later with drums at the end. Very powerful in a calm way.
7. (2:54) Starts off pretty raw. Repetitive lyrics, with an orchestral-like build-up. Note: about 7 seconds of silence at the end.
8. (4:00) Catchy right away. Slicing strings provide an intro and outro. Once again kind of sounds like Beirut (must be the brass).
9. (4:23) Strong repetitive piano, invasive vocals, cavalry horns midway (sort of). Note: about 10 seconds of silence at the end.
10. (4:14) Smooth rolling jingles accompanied by watery vocals.

Track Listing
1.River 6.Gone My Love
2.Climb To Me 7.Let's Be Done
3.Rum 8.Make It Right
4.Little By Little 9.Light Of The World
5.Suckling 10.Wonderful