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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 3, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warp Records
  • ASIN: B007146M2I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #147,687 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3. Tooth Moves
4. Skyward Bruise/Descent
5. Open
6. Secret
7. Ghosted
8. Blackstone
9. The Pining, Pt. 1
10. The Pining, Pt. 2
11. The Pining, Pt. 3
12. Broken Kite Footage

Editorial Reviews

Chris Clark has been on a journey. The adventure started three years ago after the release of previous album Totems Flare. He recorded Iradelphic in Australia, Berlin, Wales, Brussels, Cornwall, Norway and London using a diverse range of tools - from the vintage to the cutting edge modern. For the tracks ''Open'' and ''Secret'' he even enlisted the vocal talents of Massive Attack's Martina Topley Bird. A producer known for his dark, heavy techno derived sounds on the Warp roster, Iradelphic sees a transcendence to Clark's most accessible album to date. Clark stood up from the drum machine, computer and keyboard to learn piano and guitar, which highlights many of the tracks including the epic three-part suite ''The Pining.'' Iradelphic promises to fulfill Clark followers and capture the ears of a brand new audience.

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There are comparisons to be made to BOC but this album isn't in any way a clone of their sound.
R. S. Chaney
For Iradelphic Clark steps away from his elaborately approached programmed sound and picks up a few acoustic instruments and even some vocals for a good measure.
Headphone Commute
There are not a lot of artists making music that pushes composition and sound into new territory like this album does.
petr

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. S. Chaney on May 16, 2012
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I don't have an encyclopedic knowledge of electronic music & the sheer number of styles out there tends to leave me feeling a bit lost so I'm always happy to find something that moves me. I read a not too favourable review for Iradelphic on Pitchfork that drew on a lot of comparisons to Clark's earlier releases (none of which I'm familiar with) but it did mention Boards of Canada as an influence and that caught my attention. There are comparisons to be made to BOC but this album isn't in any way a clone of their sound. Its a wonderful mixture of ambient & down tempo with a great nostalgic vibe. I am definitely going to be checking into Chris Clark's other albums, so thanks Pitchfork.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Headphone Commute on August 11, 2012
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I've been listening to a lot of Clark lately. Although some may snicker at his latest attempt to disengage himself from associations with purely electronic music, it is an utterly welcome direction from my perspective. Hearing Clark take a further step from the digital-only cookie-cutter post-IDM production is something I always wanted to witness. Throughout the years Chris Clark has definitely attempted to fuse whatever instrumentation he found available at the time with his intricately designed atmospheric dark electro sound. His past catalog show such embraced diversions in albums like Body Riddle (Warp, 2006), Turning Dragon (Warp, 2008) and Totems Flare (Warp, 2009). But it is with Iradelphic that Clark has taken the greatest leap to establish himself as not only one of the finest electronic musicians around, but also as one of the non-electronic musicians nowhere to be found.

For Iradelphic Clark steps away from his elaborately approached programmed sound and picks up a few acoustic instruments and even some vocals for a good measure. The audible difference of this resolution is unhindered, as is the unmeasurable source of influences that Clark has picked up along the way. In fact, it's nearly impossible to put your finger in identifying anything concrete that has lended a hand in the development of the album. But what's absolutely clear is that Iradelphic is without a doubt Clark's very own sound, and more importantly, it is profoundly good. Yes, from the very first listen, I knew that this would be an album I would be coming back to over and over again, at different times of the day, in different moods of the year. And knowing that I could always rely on Clark to provide my soundtrack, is exactly what makes Iradelphic so great.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 9, 2012
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Iradelphic is a mystery in the progression of Clark's work coming off of the ripping "Turning Dragons" and bizarre but still interesting "Totem's Flare". He has really found his niche though in my opinion and I hope he steers in this direction in future releases. I will also be adding this to my rotation. Great CD!
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By petr on March 25, 2013
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There are not a lot of artists making music that pushes composition and sound into new territory like this album does.
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"A chance album found on Spotify came to be much more surprising in the way it was textured and constructed than how the beats, melodies, and rhythms were. Clark's Iradelphic, a recent addition to the Warp Records catalogue, adds a mysticism and eerie country-campsite vibe to his electronically-composed sounds that builds on what Bibio and Boards of Canada were doing in the mid-2000s. Iradelphic has no particularly strong or consistent tracks but moreover a hodgepodge of mood and recollection of an adventure spirit that can be applied to anything of scientific or spiritual exploration."
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