|Red Electric Rainbow / Come And Melt Your Face Off|
|Album:||Come And Melt Your Face Off||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Red Electric Rainbow||Added:||11/2011|
|Add Date:||2011-12-04||Pull Date:||2012-02-05|
|Week Ending:||5 Feb||29 Jan||15 Jan||8 Jan||25 Dec||18 Dec||11 Dec|
|1.||Wed, 08 Apr 15:||miss information|
minimum entropy ii (KZSU-3)
|4.||Sun, 22 Jan 12:||Mir|
|2.||Thu, 02 Feb 12:||miss information|
maximum entropy ii
|5.||Tue, 10 Jan 12:||HYPRK & Doublestuf|
YOUTH DEMOGRAPHIC RADIO: 2011 YEAR IN REVIEW
|3.||Wed, 01 Feb 12:||miss information|
|6.||Tue, 10 Jan 12:||dj noname|
More great stuff from the always imaginative Sacred Phrases, this time from synthesizer wizard Daniel D. Smith, AKA “the facemelter.” When not cranking out awesome tapes, he runs Neon Blossom Records and Digital Acid. He also puts on Chicago’s Neon Marshmallow Festival, dedicated to “advanced audio, progressive electronics, new music media, and alternative club music.” All his stuff has great sci-fi spacey vibes, indicative of a childhood saturated with laser tag, strobe lights, and cracking open glowsticks to huff their innards. This release is hands-down one of his greatest. |
RIYL: Cruise Family, Megabats, Konntinent, Lunar Miasma, Tim Hecker
1. (3:41) Dark spiraling synth riffs peppered with great manipulations and scrambled textures.
2. (4:39) Dazzling, white-hot synthesizer manipulation
3. (2:17) More keyboard manipulation, this time in the form of deep resonating pillars of sound, radiant and resonating.
4. (4:20) Slow-building keyboard arpeggios. Nice sun-bleached vibes.
5. (15:24) “Mayan Forest.” A perfect name for a perfect track: thudding bongo riffs resonating deep into the jungle, laying down a lulling background while Smith experiments with a variety of breathtaking electronic effects—trickling, swaying, and scurrying electronic jams all swimming in and out of the darkness.
|1.||Ripped Appart||3.||Come And Melt Your Face 2|
|2.||Come And Melt Your Face 1||4.||Black Drifts|