|Stateless / Matilda|
|Add Date:||2012-11-04||Pull Date:||2013-01-06|
|Week Ending:||23 Dec||9 Dec||2 Dec||18 Nov|
|1.||Dec 19, 2012:||Meow After Midnight |
Miles To Go
|4.||Nov 29, 2012:||Meow After Midnight |
|2.||Dec 18, 2012:||Electrowave |
|5.||Nov 14, 2012:||Whoa! Downbeat. |
Song For The Outsider, Ariel
|3.||Dec 04, 2012:||We're All Alright |
|6.||Jun 28, 2012:||The Drone's Zone. Bee Yourself. |
Incredible album, should be listened from start to finish. Disc 2 is instrumentals.|
1: Slow buildup then a gritty drop with distorted voices. A sense of foreboding. Male lead vocals.
2: * Driving bass with a middle eastern tinge. One of the best tracks.
3: Whispy melodies. Very atmospheric while still having a heavy beat.
4: Interesting wailing vocals.
5: * This track just rocks. Takes some time to pick up speed but once it does, you really "Can't Stop!" Dubsteppy beat.
6: An ambient/folk "palette cleanser" as it were. Shortest track on album.
7: Vocal duet, male and female. Ponderous, powerful, and depressing.
8: Strings provide a textured background without letting the bass overwhelm. Falsetto male vocals, which sound a bit like Thom Yorke.
9: * Forget drum solos and guitar solos, violin solos are where it's at!
10: Strings start this one out. Another tragic nostalgic song, full of regret.
11: Similar Middle Eastern tinge as track 2. Second half of the song is very different. Much less bass, and a sorrowful piano plays us out.
End scene. Exit stage left. Bravo. : D
|1.||Curtain Call||6.||Red Sea|
|2.||Ariel||7.||I'm On Fire|
|3.||Miles To Go||8.||Ballad Of Ngb|
|4.||Visions||9.||Song For The Outsider|
|11.||I Shall Not Complain|