Subtractivelad / Suture
Album: Suture   Collection:General
Artist:Subtractivelad   Added:Jun 2006

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2006-09-24 Pull Date: 2006-11-26 Charts: Electronic
Week Ending: Nov 26 Nov 19 Nov 5 Oct 15 Oct 8 Oct 1
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 2 1

Recent Airplay
1. Aug 09, 2008: Lost and Found
Safety In Numbers
4. Nov 02, 2006: press and release
2. Nov 22, 2006: chapter 53.0: e.g., eran mukamel, or even chichikov the cheap [sub]
5. Oct 09, 2006: backpage
Safety In Numbers
3. Nov 17, 2006: Prime Time
6. Oct 05, 2006: press and release
Safety In Numbers

Album Review
Reviewed 2006-09-21
Emotional, epic, broken beat, soaring synth music. Seems like this guy (aka Stephen Hummel, from Vancouver) was influenced by the great masters of electronic music of the late 70’s, early 80’s (Eno, JM Jarre). Pretty impressive. Recommended for late night shows.
1. Dark. with what sounds like a real street noise, only distorted, and soaring synthy strings. Very atmospheric.
*2. Broken beat and dark synth. Strong and emotional.
**3. An epic synth piece. Starts with glitches, joined by a low hissing synth + floating notes. Becomes structured with a steady drum and layered synth music.
4. Starts with floating synth reminiscent of X-files. Broken beat and a funky synth later.
*5. Slow, relaxed. Sea, echoes. Gradually culminating.
6. Floating, atmospheric. Glitches, wind chimes.
7. Moody and relaxed. Chirps and synth.
8. In its feeling, its somewhat like the Chariots of Fire Soundtrack.
9. Begins with Statics+wind. Nice jungle-y drums join later, and a soaring synth.
10. Jungle-y synth music. Becomes pretty intense midway with hard drumming and ends in a more floating fashion.
11. Going from relaxed to very intense synth music and back.
12. Very appropriately called “embryonic again”- floating.

Track Listing
1. Petals   7. Soft Inside
2. Brokadocious   8. Blik
3. Safety In Numbers   9. Your Tattoo
4. Twinge   10. Sleepwalker
5. Lepidoptera   11. Between The Mind And Body
6. Rerum Natura   12. Embryonic Again