Slaves, The / Ocean On Ocean
Album:Ocean On Ocean Collection:General
Artist:Slaves, The Added:May 2011
Label:Debacle Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-07-24 Pull Date:2011-09-25 
Week Ending:Sep 25Sep 18Sep 11Sep 4Aug 28Aug 14Aug 7Jul 31

Recent Airplay
1.Sep 25, 2011:Ghost Trees
4.Sep 13, 2011:Morning Songs
2.Sep 21, 2011:bricolage
5.Sep 08, 2011:don't hate me because i'm beautiful still
3.Sep 14, 2011:Brownian Motion
6.Sep 07, 2011:don't hate me because i'm beautiful

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2011-07-20 
Hypnotic droney balms of noisey synth, organs, tempered with choral buried female vocals, Eno meets Sujo with My Bloody Valentine guesting in a gothic church. In fact, a lot of this reminds me of what Kevin Shields did on the Lost in Translation soundtrack. Dreamy stuff, all recorded on a 4 track cassette and transferred to digital (be still my heart). Qualifies as instrumental as the voices are lyric-free, or at least just embellishments. Great bliss-out for the droned out late night crowd. All Great!

1) (8:01) nice droney noisey synth and tones, about a minute in Eno’esque fem choral voices appear, balmy and dreamy, lovely, nice long noisey fade-out
2) (6:26) more dreamy synth drone, buried voices
3) (10:50) shimmering, almost churchlike in its hypnotism
4) (8:06) slow phrased, with organ, builds a little noisier as it evolves, nice stuff
5) (6:18) churchlike organ with distant echoey male vocs in the catacombs, nice white noises
6) (10:35) dense slow melodic organ, layers of noise and vocalizations, big massive blissout

Track Listing
1.Seventeen 4.Shadows
2.Sweet High 5.Inn In Heaven
3.Wild Ride 6.Dokude