Burial 'South London Boroughs' 12"

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Андрей Горохов - Музпросвет #228 - Burial и дабстеп

читал, что эта передача "палво"
"паливо"? сомневаюсь.

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This first album on Kode9’s Hyperdub label comes from the mysterious Burial. On this self-titled CD debut, Burial carves out a sound which sends the dormant slinky syncopations of uk garage, via radio interference, into a padded cell of cushioned, muffled bass, passing through the best of Pole’s Berlin crackle dub.

Burial explores a tangential, parallel dimension of the growing sound of dubstep. Burial’s parallel dimension sounds set in a near future South London underwater. You can never tell if the crackle is the burning static off pirate radio transmissions, or the tropical downpour of the submerged city outside the window. In their sometimes suffocating melancholy, most of these tracks seem to yearn for drowned lovers. The smouldering desire of ‘Distant Lights’ is cooled only by the percussive ice sharp slicing of blades and jets of hot air blowing from the bass. Listen also for a fleeting appearance from Hyperdub’s resident vocalist, the Spaceape unravelling his crypto-biography. In its loud quietness, Burial takes his kitchen crackle aesthetic neither from the digital glitch nor merely a nostalgia for vinyl’s materiality. Instead, as ‘Pirates’ suggests, Burial crackle mutates the tactile surplus value of pirate radio transmissions. Burial’s mix is haunted. Echoed voices breeze in and out, on road to another time. Pirate signal from other frequencies steams in. A tidal wave of noise submerging all but the crispest syncopations. The noise is not violent, but caressing, tickling, exciting the ends of your nerves. Seducing you in.

Listen to Burial on Last.fm


OUT MAY 15th 2006

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2. Distant Lights
3. Spaceape feat. spaceape
4. Wounder
5. Night Bus
6. Southern Comfort
7. U Hurt Me
8. Gutted
9. Forgive
10. Broken Home
11. Prayer
12. Pirates


Highly recommended for lovers of the sophisticated sound
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Продаю квоты под флуд в игровом подфоруме. Недорого.

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only the birds fly first class...
нехорошо так опаздывать и баянить party.gif

и айдиэма там нету tongue.gif
На айфолдер мона?
whats the pass please??
pass is zeak
аха..ещё скажи что там есть хоть намёк на драм или брейки dry.gif

Короче надо объединить. но то, что тема находится в той категории я не согласен. Тогда уж лучше в reggae/dancehall/dub.

Продаю квоты под флуд в игровом подфоруме. Недорого.

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да, тема должна быть тут в идеале.
а олд-скульный даб, электронный даб, и дабстеп - это суть разные вещи .)

а темка кстати первоначально тут и была, это Lunix хитрец в свой раздел подмял её teeth.gif

artist: Burial
title: Ghost Hardware
label: Hyperdub
cat: HDB004
date: 2007
style: Electronic
bitrate: 320kbps
filesize: 36,2 MB
source: WEB (320)


Respect must go out to all parties involved for keeping this
twelve under wraps, the first new material from the Burial vaults
made available on Hyperdub since the release of his seismic album
debut about a year or so ago. Anticipation had already reached
fever pitch since the label announced it was dropping a
"mysterious twelve" in June, speculation has been rife and top of
everyone's wish list was something, anything, from the most wanted
underground producer in the world today. "Ghost Hardware" provides
another blurry peek into the mind of a musician who is seemingly
unable to write anything other than astonishing music, producing
outside the box, beyond expectations, without recourse to generic
templates. The squashed punch of the rhythm here is accentuated by
layers of grinding bass and aquatic percussion, midnight rave
styles in a 2-step signature with a mournful undertone that's
almost at odds with the propulsive trajectory it holds onto
throughout. Simply amazing music - honed for the darkest of
dancefloors, neon-lit bedsits and the wide-angled vistas of
continental festival stages at one and the same time - quite some
achievement. "Shutta" opens the flipside with a distant rumble
that gradually clarifies into a stripped Garage killer that's
almost too good for words - the percussion bouncing through all
four corners of an abandoned South London warehouse - clattering
and panning, unravelling itself into oblivion while underpinned by
another growling, weighty bassline and clipped sino stabs that
open things up so wide you're left wondering where this guy gets
his inspiration from. But for our money the best is saved till
last - "Exit Woundz" creeps into life with another anxious spread
of broken percussion and opaque vocal samples levelling the
surface for the expected drop - yet things retain such a measured
presence, a confident self restraint without obvious bass drops or
anything even approaching a blueprint progression - that you wish
other producers out there would stop trying to fit the mould and
explored their own trajectories a bit more. But then, that's why
this guy is truly a one off right?. If you're heading for the next
level, here's your entry point. KILLER!!!!


playlist details

01. Ghost Hardware 04:56
02. Shutta 05:02
03. Exit Wounds 05:49
15:47 min

Я большой любитель фуникулёров. Зачастую их почему-то путают с горнолыжными подъёмниками. Поездка на фуникулёре не сильно бьёт по карману, принося при этом огромное удовольствие.
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