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Thisquietarmy / Aftermath
Album:Aftermath Collection:General
Artist:Thisquietarmy Added:09/2011
Label:Basses Frequences 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2012-01-08 Pull Date:2012-03-11 Charts:Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:26 Feb5 Feb29 Jan22 Jan15 Jan
Airplays:22411

Recent Airplay
1.Wed, 22 Feb 12:miss information
maximum entropy
4.Mon, 30 Jan 12:Adam
Ghost Trees
2.Mon, 20 Feb 12:Adam
Ghost Trees
5.Fri, 27 Jan 12:awyeh
Songs: Cantan
3.Wed, 01 Feb 12:miss information
maximum entropy
6.Thu, 26 Jan 12:miss information
maximum entropy

Album Review
Adam Pearson
Reviewed 2012-01-07 
Layered, spacey guitars, drones, and effects. Not too noisy - Quach uses distortion but never enters abrasive territory. Dynamic instrumental music that challenges the ambient label and outer-space aesthetic. Aftermath is pure melodic gorgeousness to which you wrap yourself in and drift away. RIYL Aidan Baker, Lunar Miasma, The Slaves.

*1. Celestial, heavy looped static / fuzz. (8:00)
2. Warbly siren cinematic guitar period music. (6:08)
3. Spaced thud, unexpected processed synth lead. (5:08)
4. Melodic, water, lush guitars + feedback develop into an epic, searing march with a drawn-out release. (9:38)
*5. Warm blankets of fuzzy tones, infinite seascape drone, and relaxing guitar dreaminess dissolve into a thick fuzz wash. (11:03)
*6. Low-key, melancholy extension of 5. (6:34)

Track Listing
1.The Hierarchy Of Angels 4.Melted Lead On Ashen Canvas
2.Heaven And Earth 5.Finding The Fallen
3.The Iron Harvest 6.Unearthing The Past