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Time Is Over One Day Old

Bear In Heaven Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (August 5, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: DEAD OCEANS
  • ASIN: B00K6D20K4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,712 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Bear In Heaven's 2014 album is aptly titled Time is Over One Day Old. It's a record with a visceral relationship to time and its processes. Where invulnerability and ambition can support you as you grow, at some point they become dead weight, and being true to yourself means casting them off, starting anew. This plays out as a powerful analogy for the band across the arc of it's career.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Finding That Old Dark Magic August 11, 2014
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Bear In Heaven make music that create both icy, blue moments of detachment and bright, technicolor sheets of emotion. Their debut album, Red Bloom of the Boom, was this collection of odd, industrial-esque dirges bordering on experimentation. They hinted at what was ahead. 2009s masterpiece Best Rest Forth Mouth kept some that darkness and translated it into a tribal, viseral mix of Suicide and Tangerine Dream with an industrial sheen that mingled desire, loneliness, and a doomed hopeless romantic. 2012s I Love You, It's Cool lost much of the band's dark, tribal punch for jagged synth lines and a dance vibe that while worked, lost a bit of the bite Bear In Heaven had honed previously. It's been over two years and Bear In Heaven have returned with what is a perfect mix of darkness and light. Time Is Over One Day Old is a sparser, leaner album than I Love You, It's Cool and has the vibe of earlier albums while still not getting into any heavy dirges. Bottom line: Bear In Heaven have honed in on their strengths and kept things simple.

"Autumn" opens the album on a robotic beat and a hard-driving bass line that carries this great tune into dark, desolate space. It has everything you've come to love about Bear In Heaven: strong, driving rhythm, icy synth, and Jon Philpot's distant, yet ghostly innocent voice carrying you along. This is a great way to start an album. "Time Between" rolls in and takes you back to 2009 all over again. It's reminiscent of Beast Rest Forth Mouth's "You Do You". The tribal drums and big, foreboding synths hang in the air as Phipot humanizes the scene with his vocals. If there was a DNA strand showing Bear In Heaven's sound this track would be it.
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4th album from Brooklyn, New York band is filled with driving electronic rock rhythms, both dark & hard, with an addictive edge of melody and a sort of friendly-but-haunted tribal tension. Really, this is irresistibly epic pop music that doesn’t feel much like pop. It’s more like an accessibly warm, rhythmic playground that’s hypnotic and savage, with open arms. Bits of prog-rock, ethereal atmospheres and danceable beats are intertwined in a creepy & lovely celestial beauty that’s orchestrated with the precision of blissed-out angels. Psychedelic interludes float past soaring vocal harmonies on fluttering synthesizer waves, everything riding on the bass thump and incessantly inviting drums. Sometimes recalls Love & Rockets, Cabaret Voltaire, Grizzly Bear, Shriekback, The Antlers, The Besnard Lakes, The Eurythmics. There is some emerging magic here, a piece of work that moves far beyond expectation, where the finished product may be greater than its creators envisioned. Exceptional.
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Harkens back to Beast Rest Forth Mouth's heavy percussion without losing the dreamy qualities of I Love You, It's Cool. Not a groundbreaking work, but a really solid record by a really solid band.
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5.0 out of 5 stars scroll fragment September 5, 2014
By dustin
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July 3rd, 1857:
It has been the better part of a year since I set sail from England. I feel myself overcome with a certain melancholy every time I watch the White Cliffs of Dover disappear over the horizon, seemingly watching me as I venture out into the wilderness. But whatever guilt I might feel, there is much work to be done; the vast untamed wilds of the world wait for no man, and it is our duty as Englishmen to carry the light of civilization to the corners of creation.

Today I have alighted in the Oregon territory, in a newly-founded town on the shores of Puget's Sound that the pioneers call Seattle. Even now, in the height of summer, it is a cold and dreary place. Clouds meander across the heavens, bringing showers and fog, as cool winds blow across the water, and on all sides the tiny town is surrounded by the massive evergreens that populate this country. In many ways it is not unlike the climate of my boyhood home in the West Country, and I felt an odd sense of nostalgia as the summer rains wet my cheek. But it is not the town, nor the weather that interests me; it is the forests that hold my true reason for venturing to this virgin frontier.

In the town I have hired porters and two guides, a white man and a civilized Indian. I spent many hours in conversation with the noble redskin, which confirmed the legends I had heard repeated third-hand in the gentlemen's club back on Broad Street. In the unexplored woods east of the Sound, so the Indians said, there lived a race of primates unknown to science, half again as tall as a man, covered head to toe in thick fur, quick and nimble, and possessing of an almost manlike cleverness.
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