New Intronaut song

2013-02-15 by Photon | 23 Comments
A new song "The Welding" from Intronaut's forthcoming LP Habitual Levitations (Instilling Words with Tones), is available to stream at the link below.

http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/14950-various-artists-the-welding/

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PistolPete
February 16th 2013
4341 Comments


Ohhhh maannn I think I'm gonna love this when it hits.

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oltnabrick
February 16th 2013
35835 Comments


hmmmmmmmmm

Ehngste
February 16th 2013
23 Comments


they are definitely going in a more Polyrythmyc direction. Not to say those elements weren't already there, but ultimately its something that really seems entwined this time around. That or its just a lot easier to recognize it since the last time i listened to them. Love the little 'slow-down' bit at the end, so ethereal.

Wolfhorde
February 16th 2013
15265 Comments


Aren't these guys from Cali? I can feel the stoner influence.

RangerTaffles
February 16th 2013
298 Comments


Rules

MikeC26
February 16th 2013
3362 Comments


great band

Shuyin
February 16th 2013
13033 Comments


sounding different again, great song tho

conesmoke
February 16th 2013
5487 Comments


great song. looking forward to this album.

TheNexus100
February 16th 2013
2696 Comments


omg this fucking sucks

SladetoBlack
February 16th 2013
152 Comments


Intronaut officially sucks now.

MikeC26
February 16th 2013
3362 Comments


i dig it a lot

JAV
February 16th 2013
2680 Comments


Now this is what I expect from them. Great song

greg84
Emeritus
February 16th 2013
7585 Comments


Awesome song. Great use of different time signatures. I hope they have more tracks like this on the new album.

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Photon
February 16th 2013
1300 Comments


another new song they played live recently
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psMlJk84Zwk

YUJOS
February 16th 2013
1003 Comments


Very interesting song.

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Tyler.
February 16th 2013
12430 Comments


sweet

pedro70512
February 16th 2013
4166 Comments


this is killer, with a lot more energy than Milk Leg. so pumped for the new album.

Myrkur
February 17th 2013
164 Comments


I find it too simple compared to any song on Valley Of Smoke. It's a good song though.

Makemebad35
February 17th 2013
839 Comments


Not to bad. Still excited for the release.

ManintheBox
February 17th 2013
891 Comments


Dude this is really good, Definitely a little better than Milk Leg, I dig the guitar solo at 5 minutes m/!

kitsch
February 18th 2013
5117 Comments


what the fuck is up with these vocals

conesmoke
February 18th 2013
5487 Comments


They're great.

"Sacha Dunable is a capable melody-maker. Consider his hooks the beckoning bait, waiting in a lair of tessellated riffs and rhythms"

^really great description of one of Intronauts musical tricks. m/ m/

ProtestheAbstract
February 19th 2013
1 Comments


Maybeee



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