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Rhyme
March 27th 2014


1203 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

o-oh

Digging: Godflesh - A World Lit Only by Fire

ItsJoel
April 29th 2014


99 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Better than the first but not by much.

ShitsofRain
April 30th 2014


5956 Comments


i cant take my eyes of you

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
April 30th 2014


22072 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

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Digging: Andy Stott - Faith in Strangers

Polyethylene
May 5th 2014


3221 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Etched Headplate tho

ItsJoel
May 5th 2014


99 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Homeless is probably my fave song on this.

jtswope
May 31st 2014


2497 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

"Better than the first but not by much."

Well the first is a 4.5 but this is just phenomenal.

jefflebowski
July 22nd 2014


8257 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

been trying to get my dad into this, but he prefers clubroot as this is 'too crunchy'

aok
July 22nd 2014


4461 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

kissing you. tell me i belong. tell me i belong. tell me i belong

itchybutthole
July 22nd 2014


2562 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

woah your dad likes clubroot , nice!, this goes hard , good sleeping music tho

jefflebowski
July 22nd 2014


8257 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

well, i mean i played him orbital ii then clubroot then this but he only really liked clubroot

TheBarber
July 22nd 2014


2192 Comments


this is probs my biggest grower, went from "good I guess" to "idk fantastic"

Digging: Ulver - Trolsk Sortmetall 1993-1997

StallionMang
July 22nd 2014


6155 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Raver is the perfect closing track for this
Like the first glimmer of sunlight after a long dark night in the city

Digging: The Smith Street Band - South East Facing Wall

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
July 22nd 2014


22072 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

would love to get inside his head, see how he comes up with ideas, how his visions for songs develop,
how he spots things to sample, puts all his sounds together to realise these tracks


all these wannabe producers spending $$$ on the latest kit and high end software and he uses fucking
soundforge and creates gold

ShitsofRain
July 22nd 2014


5956 Comments


this might help http://www.factmag.com/2012/07/01/interview-burial/

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
July 22nd 2014


22072 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

this kinda stuff is interesting but musicians never seem to go into the actual grit of how they
construct a song. fly on the wall kinda stuff. they always talk about their influences or their
vision or occasionally how they came up with this riff or that melody, but they never talk about the
whole process of coming up with something and envisioning how it'll fit with another motif, how the
song will then progress and they actually write it all down and how the song and all its moods
develop.

this is why demo tapes are so interesting. cos theyre a snapshot of the song as it's still being
created.

maybe it's just a case of going out and finding out yourself cos i'm sure there's an infinite number
of approaches but how do you know where to start?

ShitsofRain
July 22nd 2014


5956 Comments


they just do it you know

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
July 22nd 2014


22072 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

this resonates

“People talk about making ‘dark’ tunes, but they’re not properly dark, they’re just trainee male rage music. When you hear something properly dark, like Dillinja’s ‘Deadly Deep Subs’ or ‘Mortex’ by Tech Itch…they’re dark, they’re fierce tunes, they don’t fake it; they stay true…Some of the darkest tunes aren’t just dark sounds, sometimes vocals and warm sounds can be hypnotic and executed in a cold way…like they got shark eyes looking at you. If you feel like the person that made that tune was moody, had a piece of glass in their head or was bad-minded, then that’s dark and I love that feeling [laughs].

“I like putting uplifting elements in something that’s moody as fuck. Make them appear for a moment, and then take them away. That’s the sound I love…like embers in the tune…little glowing bits of vocals…they appear for a second, then fade away and you’re left with an empty, sort of air-duct sound…something that’s eerie and empty. Like you’re waiting just inside a newsagent in the rain…a little sanctuary, then you walk out in it. I love that.”


ShitsofRain
July 22nd 2014


5956 Comments


yeah that was the part i was thinking of

TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
July 22nd 2014


7159 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

that 2nd paragraph is great



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