Exile, Tim / Listening Tree
Album:Listening Tree Collection:General
Artist:Exile, Tim Added:Mar 2009
Label:Warp Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2010-05-02 Pull Date:2010-07-04 
Week Ending:Jun 13Jun 6May 23May 16

Recent Airplay
1.Jul 05, 2010:Big Love Show
Pay Tomorrow
4.May 22, 2010:lost and found
2.Jun 10, 2010:Pipster Smarmage
Family Galaxy
5.May 20, 2010:Grit, Glam, and Country Strands
Don't Think We're One
3.Jun 05, 2010:Music Casserole
Don't Think We're One
6.May 19, 2010:Proles Take Over!
Pay Tomorrow

Album Review
Red West
Reviewed 2010-04-27 
Electro, M vocals, a little alt for the dance floor- more for listening. I like the dirty digital synth. Plenty of interesting sounds and structures. Jungle, breakbeat, clash & new wave sensibilities.
+1.echoey percussive synth notes meander over alien percussion. Ah, if only the whole song were like the intro. Disconnected vocals take over and it becomes less avant-garde. Still it’s interesting, nice textures.
2.spacey pop with vocals doing the ping-pong stereo thing- panning left to right- eventually meeting in middle. Mid-tempo, plodding though speeds up and sounds like noisy j-pop by end.
3.Slow fuzzy start, then synths that sound like steel drums, shambling beat
4.Standard beat, hike through a jungle, instrumental
+5.Fine happy electropop with harmonized vocals
6.slow”handclaps” wispy treated vocals, undanceable beat, IDM?
+7.Nicely cynical lyrics about packaged entertainment. Odd rhythm changes
8.Quiet intro.then moves at a good clip. Instrumental like speed-skating.
9.Quiet intro w/”aaahs”. Lyrics sung-whispered. Mellow, thoughtful, then rather strident and military. Less jarring.then other tracks
10.Gentle digital noise and close-miced, naturalistic vocals. Very little beats. Turns dramatic, loud/quiet/loud.

Track Listing
1.Don't Think We're One 6.Bad Dust
2.Family Galaxy 7.Carouselle
3.Fortress 8.When Every Day's A Number
4.There's Nothing Left Of Me But Her And This 9.Listening Tree
5.Pay Tomorrow 10.I Saw The Weak Hand Fall