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Zbug / Passings Of A Window Sil
Album:Passings Of A Window Sil Collection:General
Artist:Zbug Added:01/2010
Label:David Leikam Music 

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Add Date:2010-04-04 Pull Date:2010-06-06 Charts:Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:6 Jun30 May16 May2 May25 Apr18 Apr11 Apr
Airplays:1111124

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Album Review
Turkmenistani State Radio
Reviewed 2010-03-25 

Killer, structured psychedelic freeNoisejazz from a legend around these parts. Odd twisting strings, samples, electronics, & tight percussion concocted into a delightful suppository to be used liberally. For fans of great radio.

1- atmospheres & sonic hallucination w/ great percussion. starts with moaning bending engine tone & belly dancer bell twinkling and some panting animal that would bite you. tones and vague samples bending in and out, menacing gurgles and motors give way to sonic laser beams dueling with drums.
2- wasteland future jazz noir. tense warped strings over swanky rimshot and hi-hat work. oh yeah.
3- disoriented plucked thing & vague breathing/speking noises. i feel lost, dizzy and awake too long on sleeping pills wandering through this soundscape.
4- upbeat, starts with some killer drumming, and gives way to a squeak solo. this one really grooves, and fry my neurons. somewhere in this groove, a cop siren busts it up, & the violin smokes crack. "whoa-hoa… what a trip that was"
5- stacked, menacing, tense noise structure. play this one at the disco!
6- beings with slurp, static & cymbals, and then progresses to give my teeth a filling with power electronics. the structure and jazz elements revel themselves halfway through the song and the slurpy tone carriers an extraterrestrial melody to the end as the drums dissolve.

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