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Seefeel

January 31, 2011 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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4th release since 1993 and the first in 15 years from these U.K. innovators, led by Mark Clifford.
These are far-reaching electronic challenger soundscapes from alternate reality galaxies; where
post-tribal, angelic glitch chants make friends with devil-speak, dark scraping tools and loping
trip-hop rhythmic rollers in fascinating waves of danger-implicating chillout tones. Strangely
comfortable & uniquely creepy, crackling ambient smolder. Members from Scala, Boredoms,
Disjecta.
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After 14 years of silence, Seefeel, after swapping out two members, makes its comeback with a new, eponymous album. And while this new configuration still shares many of the classic sounds, right from the granular intro of "O-on One," the changes are clear. The live drumming on "Dead Guitars" gives way to harsher, disjointed guitar tones that finally resolve into something like a melody, while "Faults" offers a quiet clicking in order to reintroduce Sarah Peacock's bucolic vocals. "Rip-run," however, returns to the growl, and "Making" brings in a sense of chaos. "Airless" sweeps in, and "Aug30" follows ambiently in its footsteps, before "Sway" clonks in with its thudding snare and more Peacock's looped vocals to sweeten the pot. A welcome return.
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