|Martyn / Ghost People|
|Add Date:||2011-10-24||Pull Date:||2011-12-26||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||18 Dec||11 Dec||4 Dec||27 Nov||20 Nov||13 Nov||6 Nov||30 Oct|
|1.||Sun, 09 Nov 14:||lionel hutz|
the springfield law review
|4.||Sun, 04 Dec 11:||Edwin|
lost and found
|2.||Tue, 27 Dec 11:||glu|
|5.||Tue, 29 Nov 11:||Rasmus|
|3.||Tue, 13 Dec 11:||Rasmus|
|6.||Tue, 22 Nov 11:||dj noname|
Dubstep veteran (if such a thing exists) flirts with industrial house. Martyn is not too happy about the way the music scene works. Ghost people are shadow dj-ing or something. In any case, this album is a great indicator of how dubstep and its various sub-genres are gravitating towards either house or techno. Martyn pulls it off beautifully. Fans of Zomby, 2562, and Untold: this is for you!|
Try: 7, 4, 11, 3 FCC: Clean
1) 1:53 Spacey synths, stuttering narrated vocals. Something about humans and machines
2) 2:38 Pounding and industrial. Gets slightly more psychedelic towards the end.
3) 4:58 * Boom boom boom. Cascading synths and random hardware doing its thing. Spaced out piano house.
4) 4:56 * Mechanical narration on top of esoteric synthesizer flex
5) 5:38 Upbeat and 2-step-ish. Soft wobbly bassline and stingy synth
6) 1:08 Short interlude. Underwater noises and simple keys.
7) 4:32 * Stomping rhythm, insisting synth stabs. Nice. Groovy and melodic
8) 4:06 Melodic 2-step, cool vocal-synth work. More complex percussion.
9) 3:42 Mysterious. Pulsating and somewhat rushed synth beat
10) 4:04 It’s a snare party. Synths, keys, bass flying through the air.
11) 8:42 * Wait, it’s trance? Almost, at least. It’s also a pretty solid track to say the least. Somewhere between house, dubstep and trance.
|1.||Love And Machines||6.||I Saw You At Tule Lake|
|11.||We Are You In The Future|