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Young Ecstatics - Young Ecstatics flac album

Performer:
Young Ecstatics
Album:
Young Ecstatics
Released:
Genre:
Style:
Leftfield, Dub Techno, New Age
MP3 archive size:
1889 mb
FLAC archive size:
1101 mb
Other formats:
MPC DMF AA ASF ADX AIFF APE
Rating:
4.9
Votes:
625

Tracklist

A1 Hippie Afirmations 3:45
A2 Perilous 3:56
A3 Advantage 3:30
B1 Deep Median 4:24
B2 Mauri Chop 4:32

Champ Discs US. Format: LP Cat: CHAMP 02 Released: 21 Apr 17 Genre: nic.

Tracks count: 5. Views: 0. Young Ecstatics - Hippie Afirmations 03:44. Young Ecstatics - Perilous 03:55. Young Ecstatics - Advantage 03:30.

Young Ecstatics has been played on NTS shows including Bullion, with Hippie Afirmations first played on 1 October 2018. Original source Last.

Mos Def – The Ecstatic. on August 01, 2009, 8:00am. His last album, Tru3 Magic, was a complete flop. It wasn’t just that the music was bad (though it certainly was). Everything about the album gave the impression of an artist who could not care less about his music career, from the lazy beats and rhymes to the complete lack of any form of album art. But The Ecstatic is artistic, in a time when the genre needs it more than ever. I generally try and distance myself from the fatalism of the hip-hop is dead camp, opting for a much sunnier hip-hop is different stance. But the first half of 2009 has been undeniably brutal.

On Young Enough, Charly Bliss walk this thin line gracefully. Opener Blown to Bits builds off a sharp buzz of synth as Hendricks’ voice grows increasingly Auto-Tuned, dropping references to Cole Porter musicals, Rilo Kiley, and reality television. The band recorded the breakneck Guppy twice, but on this album, which was made in considerably less time, they sound patient even when they’re chasing a gigantic chorus. Building off a simple guitar note, the record’s slow-burning title track is perhaps the band’s greatest accomplishment yet. The band converges around Fox’s guitar line, slowly assembling something that is-to steal their phrase- astronomically huge and joyful.