|Earthmasters / Dwellings|
|Add Date:||2012-01-16||Pull Date:||2012-03-19||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Mar 18||Mar 11||Feb 26||Feb 5||Jan 29||Jan 22|
|1.||Mar 12, 2012:||Ghost Trees |
|4.||Feb 21, 2012:||the gilded youth |
|2.||Mar 07, 2012:||maximum entropy |
|5.||Feb 20, 2012:||Ghost Trees |
|3.||Feb 22, 2012:||maximum entropy |
|6.||Feb 01, 2012:||maximum entropy |
Brooklyn-based experimental band on the new imprint Fabrica Records. Warm wooly pulses, chopped and screwed layers of synth and drawn-out guitar grinds that reverberate in your vertebrae. Gelatinous vocals whispering distorted vocals and throbbing basslines peaking out into the red. |
RIYL: High Wolf, Million Brazilians, Buchikamashi,
1. (10:03) Ominous drone breezes with bubbly synth brooks gurgling colorful melodies.
2. (4:43) Starts out with a spastic kaleidoscope of effects and chopped up samples. At the 2-minute mark, it melts into beautiful haunting darkwave keyboards with smothered whispery vocals. The crazy effects kick in again at the very end.
3. (5:01) Deep thundering synth with a nice wobbly bassline that makes a noble effort at flirting with melody. Pulsating and shimmering, like smashing a thermometer to play with the quicksilver.
4. (0:20) 20-second half-speed monologue about freedom—probably an important quote from some movie I never bothered to watch.
|1.||Leaching Caverns||3.||New House 6|