|Whitman, Keith Fullerton & Gre / Yearlong|
|Artist:||Whitman, Keith Fullerton & Gre||Added:||04/2005|
|Add Date:||2005-10-23||Pull Date:||2005-12-25||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||25 Dec||18 Dec||11 Dec||13 Nov||6 Nov||30 Oct|
|1.||Apr 29, 2010:||orangeasm (hornitos sunrise) |
|4.||Dec 05, 2005:||asymptotic freedom |
|2.||Dec 23, 2005:||Memory Select |
|5.||Dec 04, 2005:||Coronary Heart Disease |
|3.||Dec 15, 2005:||Baptism of Solitude |
|6.||Nov 07, 2005:||Asymptotic Freedom |
Laptop artists, recorded live and mixed down but sounding somewhere between improv and digital processing of organic sources. It has a feel of some electro-acoustic music and is far out. At other times, this leans towards glitch while other tracks are minimal. Whitman has another persona that plays crazy IDM, called Hrvatski. |
**1. Crunchy and sparse.
2. Rumbling and something almost resembling percussion. Spacious ambience and piano at the end.
3. Quiet static and noise that does get loud in the middle of the track.
4. Electronic tones that get busier as the track goes on.
5. Long track that is mostly minimal with bell-like sounds. Ends very quiet.
6. So quiet that it’s probably not radio friendly.
7. Another minimal quiet track with short bits of noise, static, and drone. The last 3rd of the track sounds much more electronic and is louder.
**8. More bell-like sounds and computer tones, which are pretty.
9. Quiet string instrument?
10. Quiet static.
11. Short and very quiet.
**12. Very different from the other tracks. This is long tones that are pretty and very electronic sounding.
**13. The busiest track which sounds like being inside a casino which has a live orchestra tuning up. Wait, is that a marching band?
OK Stuff. -mph