|Pantha Du Prince / Xi Versions Of Black Noise|
|Album:||Xi Versions Of Black Noise||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Pantha Du Prince||Added:||May 2011|
|Add Date:||2011-06-12||Pull Date:||2011-08-14||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||Aug 14||Aug 7||Jul 31||Jul 24||Jul 17||Jul 10||Jul 3||Jun 26|
|1.||Aug 09, 2011:||feelin' the music |
The Sight Below Version Of “A Nomad’S Retreat”
|4.||Aug 04, 2011:||YOUTH DEMOGRAPHIC RADIO: JUICE! |
Four Tet Version Of “Stick To My Side”
|2.||Aug 07, 2011:||lost and found |
Hieroglyphic Being Version Of “Satellite Sniper”
|5.||Jul 30, 2011:||You Can't Handle the Truth |
Die Vögel Version Of “Welt Am Draht”
|3.||Aug 04, 2011:||Alachinada! |
Moritz Von Oswald The One Version Of “Welt Am Draht”
|6.||Jul 26, 2011:||feelin' the music |
Animal Collective Version Of “Welt Am Draht”
German techno enthusiast Hendrik Weber, better known as Pantha du Prince, released Black Noise in early 2010, but decided to share the remixing duties with a bunch of friends. This album ranges from straight up techno to layered, ambient electronica. The remixers are a good indicator for the general sound, so fans of Four Tet, Animal Collective, and Morritz Von Oswald should give this a spin.|
FCC: Clean Try: 2, 1, 5, 9
1) 6:36 * Rumbling, organic, empty hallways and comforting keyboards way in the distance.
2) 6:38 ** Somewhat uplifting. Gradually approaches techno. A tiny horn orchestra in an abandoned warehouse with a touch of electronics.
3) 6:47 The Panda Bear collaboration, now without Panda Bear. Deep and techy, subdued.
4) 6:47 Four Tet on the keys and effects. Those notes are flying all over the place, bleepy, bloppy, bouncy. Panda Bear is invited, too.
5) 8:17 * Starts out slow, ambient. Pulsating bass line takes over, subtle hi hats whooshing away.
6) 7:33 Sounds like the original with a little extra oomph. Panda Bear fades in, but not much else to be excited about.
7) 8:00 Things get all industrial. Clonks and wobbly noises.
8) 8:24 Dark, Berghain style (albeit slightly softer). Mesmerizing male vocals in the background, mysterious sound.
9) 6:49 * Sounds like Animal Collective fed Steve Reich some drugs and let him layer away. Fragile composition, lots of subtlety.
10) 6:04 Slow, abstract percussion. Four Tet-like ringing bells.
11) 6:29 Distant guitar strumming, beautifully balances the glockenspiel from the original and Panda Bear’s dreamy voice.