|Food Pyramid / New Omni-Directional Healing Techniques|
|Album:||New Omni-Directional Healing Techniques||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Food Pyramid||Added:||Jun 2011|
|Add Date:||2011-11-06||Pull Date:||2012-01-08|
|Week Ending:||Jan 8||Jan 1||Dec 25||Dec 18||Dec 11||Nov 27||Nov 20||Nov 13|
|1.||May 17, 2012:||The Fall of Math |
|4.||Dec 18, 2011:||lost and found |
Alpine Valley Shelter Point
|2.||Jan 05, 2012:||razor's edge (it's a douzy) |
Advanced Cool Down
|5.||Dec 17, 2011:||Songs: Akran |
Advanced Cool Down
|3.||Dec 25, 2011:||lost and found |
|6.||Dec 10, 2011:||Songs: Cantan |
Canyon Endless 1974
Minimalistic is a word that accurately describes this album. It has a microhouse feel to it. Alternating between diminutive drum machine beats and a variety of electronic ambient swells, New Omni-Directional Healing Techniques is the instrumental soundtrack you would listen to while stargazing. Check out tracks: 3, 4, and 6. All FCC Clean.|
1. (12:43) Alpine Valley Shelter: Minimalist track marked by repeating guitar loop and sparse drum machine. Last 2 minutes crossfade into ambiance.
2. (5:27) Prana Focus: Uptempo track marked with long electronic ambiance. Drum machine adds parts occasionally to keep it interesting.
3. (7:07) ** Manufracture: This song is a change in pace, focusing instead on heavy synth and bass with some guitar peeking through.
4. (5:27) ** Advanced Cool Down: As the track suggests, this song is in contrast to the last, defined mostly by electronic swells and environmental sound.
5. (8:26) Shambhala: First track to feature live drums! On the other hand, this song lacks any sort of cohesive beat or tempo, with the drums playing behind a wall of ambient electronic sound. Last 30 seconds fades out.
6. (13:28) ** Canyon Endless 1974: Slowly fades in over 45 seconds. Moody soundscape occasionally marked with guitar and long swells. Fades over the last 30 seconds.
|1.||Alpine Valley Shelter Point||4.||Advanced Cool Down|
|3.||Manufracture||6.||Canyon Endless 1974|