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Rrose - Artificial Light (1969-1909) Album

Rrose - Artificial Light (1969-1909) Album
Title:
Artificial Light (1969-1909)
Performer:
Rrose
Style:
Techno, Minimal, Ambient
Released:
30 Jan 2012
Catalog:
SD 20
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
2423 mb
FLAC album size:
1803 mb
Genre:
Label:
Sandwell District

Tracklist


1White/Drip4:30
2Worn/Scarred8:12
3A, With All Faces Bleached Out10:08


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SD 20Rrose Artificial Light (1969-1909) ‎(3xFile, MP3, 320)Sandwell DistrictSD 20UK2012
SD 20Rrose Artificial Light (1969-1909) ‎(3xFile, ALAC)Sandwell DistrictSD 20UK2012
EAUX-RE03Rrose Artificial Light (1969-1909) ‎(12")EauxEAUX-RE03UK2014


Credits


  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut ByMatt


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Companies


  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Mastered At – Air Mastering


Album


Artificial Light 1969-1909 by Rrose, released 01 January 2012 1. A, with all faces bleached out 2. WornScarred 3. WhiteDrip Vinyl digital distributed by Kudos UK Also available from Hardwax, Boomkat, Bleep, and other fine merchants. Portis I find that hypnotic techno is usually scaled down more than this. Rrose entrances me while I find it very hard to sit down. Favorite track: A, with all faces bleached out. 3 tracks 22:50. Rrose came to the attention of the worldwide techno scene in 2011 after the release of three EPs and an album on the Sandwell District label. Densely textured and experimental yet wholly at home on the dancefloor, Rroses music channels the spirit of technos roots while injecting influences from pre-techno electronic music and the avant-garde. Artificial Light 1969-1909 - EP, 2012. WhiteDrip, 04:29. ARTIFICIAL LIGHT 1969-1909. play queue Buy. A, With All Faces Bleached OutOriginal Mix Rrose. 10:07, 120 BPM Techno Peak Time, Driving, Hard. Album Only. 2 play queue. WornScarredOriginal Mix Rrose. 8:11, 118 BPM Techno Peak Time, Driving, Hard. 3 play queue. WhiteDripOriginal Mix Rrose. 4:29, 126 BPM Techno Peak Time, Driving, Hard. A much needed re-issue of this final 12 Rrose title for the Sandwell camp coming again on hisher own re-issue sub-series of the label of the moment Eaux. Notes from the original press release:: In stark contrast to his recent work The Merchant Of Salt, Rrose takes us way, way deeper with this brilliant new 3 tracker. Perfect warm-up, cool down material on offer here . en référence à Artificial Light 1969-1909, 12, SD 20. The mysterious Rrose secured perhaps the most potent release in Sandwell District's recent and glorious history with the thrillingly unrelenting sounds that permeated both sides of Merchant Of Salt. This was soon followed by the announcement that operations as we know it at Sandwell District HQ would soon halt, though the arrival of a new Rrose 12 means when exactly that might happen is anyone's guess. With All Faces Bleached Out simmers with clinical restraint, offering several movements in sound sculptu. Or consider a donation . Artificial Light 1969-1909. or open in our Desktop app


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Reviews:
  • Alsalar
The mysterious Rrose secured perhaps the most potent release in Sandwell District's recent and glorious history with the thrillingly unrelenting sounds that permeated both sides of Merchant Of Salt. This was soon followed by the announcement that operations as we know it at Sandwell District HQ would soon halt, though the arrival of a new Rrose 12" means when exactly that might happen is anyone's guess. "With All Faces Bleached Out" simmers with clinical restraint, offering several movements in sound sculpture as the needle draws unerringly towards the runout groove. Firstly, arid mechanical textures undulate through the swampy surrounds of sub bass and rippling percussion, seemingly falling victim to the increasing sensation of sonic claustrophobia before emerging midway in the midst of sub aquatic bleepery, only to be dragged back down in the closing spectral moments. Soundwise, somewhere between "Primary Evidence" and the experimentations carried out on "Motormouth Variations". The pin pricking sensation continues with a sense of almost gleeful menace with the two Rrose productions on the flip, though both are pretty much in the shadow of the epic A Side. "White/Drip" has its atrabiliar charms all lined up though. The lapidary tones set right off from the get go meander between likeable melancholy and restrained buoyancy. As it's short, it's just as emotionally charged, dense. A great way to end yet another stellar release by Rrose!
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