Point Line Plane / Smoke Signals
Album:Smoke Signals Collection:General
Artist:Point Line Plane Added:Nov 2004
Label:Skin Graft Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2005-05-29 Pull Date:2005-07-31 
Week Ending:Jul 31Jul 24Jul 17Jun 19Jun 12Jun 5

Recent Airplay
1.Jul 30, 2005:On The Warpath
Smoke Signals
4.Jul 13, 2005:Brownian Commotion
2.Jul 29, 2005:Distraction-Limited
The Messenger
5.Jun 18, 2005:On The Warpath
Smoke Signals
3.Jul 22, 2005:Distraction-Limited
The Messenger
6.Jun 11, 2005:On The Warpath
Smoke Signals

Album Review
Reviewed 2005-05-30 
Electro-goth, dramatic and dark as it should be. Emo vox, repeating lyrical and musical phrases, all keyboards/synths/moogs (no guitars piercing through this soundscape). This is serious stuff. Highly recommended. A trio from Portland, OR.

Start: 2, 3, 6, 8.
1. Tense long intro, sparse drum, dramatic, shouting vox, breaks half way to faster tempo, fuzzy tune, louder drums.
2. * Fast tempo, electroclash meets Ian Curtis. *
3. ** Slow tempo, quick snakey synths, spooky, vox pushed back, repetitive, climatic. **
4. Fast, loud rolling drums intro, hinting to something familiar I can’t put my finger on. Slows down, more bizarre.
5. Quiet short filler, fades into next track.
6. * Slow, relaxed percussion, bells, sweeter than all others, Air and Kraftwerk come to mind (processed vox help). *
7. Dramatic and tense, again, noise, crescendos.
8. ** Exploratory, dark, some mid tempo beat, ends almost like a Soft Machine track. **
9. Fades in, sustained synths and loops. Quiet, quiet, quiet fade out to the album.

Track Listing
1.Smoke Signals 4.Lights Out I
2.Adult Contempt 5.D.R.U.G.
3.B.U.G.S. 6.The Messenger
 7.Lights Out Ii