|Ed Schrader's Music Beat / Riddles|
|Artist:||Ed Schrader's Music Beat||Added:||06/2018|
|Add Date:||2018-06-26||Pull Date:||2018-08-28|
|Week Ending:||26 Aug||19 Aug||12 Aug||5 Aug||29 Jul||22 Jul||15 Jul||8 Jul|
|1.||Sep 01, 2018:||Music Casserole |
|4.||Aug 16, 2018:||I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants |
|2.||Aug 30, 2018:||Ad Hoc Variety Show |
Kid Radium, Culebra
|5.||Aug 15, 2018:||The Fuzz Deli |
|3.||Aug 23, 2018:||I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants |
|6.||Aug 13, 2018:||I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Underpants |
Ed Schrader is a thunderclap talent that can fill any space with his one-man wall of sound. That is exactly what he did in the oughts. In many ways, this is probably how Schrader prefers to perform: ultimate minimalism. However, as a rubber band can only be stretched so far before snapping, Schrader had to maximize his minimalism. In 2010, he increased his lineup by 100 percent by adding Devlin Rice on bass. Ed Schrader and the Music Beat also added Dan Deacon to bring his electro-pop vision to their new album, Riddles. |
Like: Liars, Dan Deacon
Play: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7
1.Dunce (3:54) Garage-style bass and rhythms.
2.Seagull (5:18) Puckish finger-snapping.
3.Riddles (4:38) Shimmering synths, vibrating atmosphere
4.Dizzy Devil (5:12) Fast bass and drums and frantic thick fuzz.
5.Wave To The Water (2:24) Minimalist synths with chanting vocals.
6.Rust (2:27) Absolute heart-stopper & crazy.
7.Kid Radium (3:26) Thick wall of synths.
8.Humbucker Blues (2:32) Mellow instrumental
9.Tom (4:04) Emotionally denser, dramatic ballad.
10.Culebra (5:27) Haunting melodies 80s pop.
|5.||Wave To The Water||10.||Culebra|