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Dave Saved / NPLGNN - All You Can Hold In The Falling FLAC

Dave Saved / NPLGNN - All You Can Hold In The Falling FLAC
Performer:
Dave Saved / NPLGNN
Album:
All You Can Hold In The Falling
Style:
Experimental
Released:
20 Feb 2019
Country:
Greece
Label:
Hypermedium
Catalog:
HMDM005
FLAC size:
2395 mb
MP3 size:
2677 mb
WMA size:
2873 mb


Tracklist


1Dave SavedEmpty Blooms Still Withering11:23
2NPLGNNEmpathic New Utopia10:52


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HMDM005Dave Saved / NPLGNN Dave Saved / NPLGNN - All You Can Hold In The Falling ‎(12", EP, Ltd, Yel)HypermediumHMDM005Greece2019


Credits


  • ArtworkDave Saved
  • Mastered ByKitaro Beeh


Companies


  • Mastered At – Schnittstelle


Album


All You Can Hold In The Falling - Dave Saved, NPLGNN. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. My Beatport lets you follow your favorite DJs and labels so you can find out when they release new tracks. You're not following anyone yet My Beatport lets you follow your favorite DJs and labels so you can find out when they release new tracks. Dave Saved, NPLGNN. Release Date 2020-05-01. Label Hypermedium. Through a mutant language Dave Saved tries to reconstruct the simulacrum of evasion in a hyper- realistic way, showing the emptiness that lies behind it. Empty Blooms Still Withering tries to reconnect all the fragments that dissolve in the disillusionment of the awakening : confused reminiscences, waking up with strangers in unknown places, tinnitus, moments lost forever, vague relationships, the emotional black hole that suddenly overruns your body, the false promises and the illusion that those moments could be eternal. Includes unlimited streaming of All You Can Hold In The Falling via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Dave Saved. Empathic New Utopia. More by Dave Saved & NPLGNN. Energydream - EP. Dave Saved & NPLGNN explore dreams, memories and comedowns in 'All You Can Hold In The Falling' EP - Inverted Audio. Comedowns - we've all been there and can readily identity how much of a pain they are to get over. Not in the case of Napoli-based producers Dave Saved. All You Can Hold In The Falling finds both artists refining their research in temporal disturbances through an archaeology of comedown. Their sound, uncovering traces of dreams, memories and expectations, is crafted through the use of echoplexed samples, chopped'n'screwed lines and distorted particles, serving as a perfect chronicle for the inexorability of an endless bummer. Through a mutant language Dave Saved tries to reconstruct the simulacrum of evasion in a hyper-realistic way, showing the emptiness that lies behind it. Dave Saved NPLGNN. or open in our Desktop app. Cancel anytime. After a couple of impressive rounds on their own Forever Now imprint, Dave Saved and NPLGNN accomplish another collaborative effort and land this time on Hypermedium with a new spectacular split 12. Their sound, uncovering traces of dreams, memories and expectations, is crafted through the use of echoplexed samples, choppednscrewed lines and distorted particles, serving as a perfect chronicle for the inexorability of an endless bummer. HYPERMEDIUM - 01 - Dave Saved - Empty Blooms Still Withering. Hyponik - First Listen: NPLGNN - 'Empathic New Utopia' Hypermedium. Albums from this user. View all. Sorry, something went wrong. Playlists from this user. Current track: First Listen: NPLGNN - 'Empathic New Utopia' HypermediumFirst Listen: NPLGNN - 'Empathic New Utopia' Hypermedium. Lifted from the press release All You Can Hold In The Falling' finds both producers refining their research in temporal disturbances through the archaeology of a comedown. Their sound delves into dream, memories and expectations, and is crafted through the use of echoplexed samples, chopped n screwed lines and distorted particles, serving as a perfect chronicle for the inexorability of an endless bummer. Indeed the two extended tracks on offer represent a remarkable trip into the realms of skewered experimental sonics