Apparat - The Devil's Walk album flac
A short film about The Devil's Walk. The new album from Apparat.
The new album from Apparat.
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Released September 27, 2011. The Devil’s Walk Tracklist.
While Sascha Ring is guilty of all three and has backed it up with The Devil’s Walk, an album completely divorced from the dancefloor and glitch/IDM, the shift has been gradual, not abrupt, and he happens to be composing some of the most evocative, finely detailed music of his decade-long career. No need to think back to the most organic song on 2007’s Walls, the sapless and malformed Over and Over, and prepare for more of the same; these songs, sometimes built on little more than strings, soft keyboard tones, and supple textures, are sturdy and fully developed
Apparat continues his melodic take on IDM with THE DEVIL'S WALK, which is, by turns, operatic and melancholic. The chorus that launches "Sweet Unrest" soon dwindles to a single, sad voice (Ring's own) for "Song Of Los," which maintains a strong thrum underneath. Black Water," on the other hand, has a slow throb giving shape to the rest of the synth layers. Anja Plaschg takes vocals duties on "Goodbye," which sounds as if it's been distilled directly from heartache.
Song Of Los. Black Water. The Soft Voices Die. Escape. Your House Is My World. MusicBrainz: The Devil's Walk.
Well hearing it as a part of The Devil’s Walk only further verifies the fact that this song is a work of art and the track of the album. Goodbye' carries with it some serious, heart-felt clout. It’s incredible how much can be achieved with so little, so few musicians can master that art, but Apparat have nailed it here. The definition of melancholic. Candil De La Calle' picks up the relinquished pace with break neck beats and even sees the band dip their toe into realm of dubstep experimentation
On The Devil's Walk, Apparat (. Berlin musician Sascha Ring) explores many of the avenues that computers have to offer the musical world. But for the first time, he's added live instruments to the mix, giving his music a tone that's neither claustrophobic nor icy. It's a midpoint between post-rock and ambient electro, and the results are pretty captivating. Ring explores heavy themes such as solitude, loss, and death throughout the album, and you get the sense that even when he's not singing about them, they're on his mind. The stunning instrumental "A Bang in the Void", which recalls Sufjan Stevens and Sigur Ros in its juxtaposition of flitting vibraphone, muted trumpet blares, effervescent falsetto sighs, and plodding synth-bass rhythm section, is sublimely melancholy.
|A2||Song Of Los|
|A4||Goodbye (w/ Soap&Skin)|
|A5||Candil De La Calle|
|B1||The Soft Voices Die|
|B3||Ash / Black Veil|
|B4||A Bang In The Void|
|B5||Your House Is My World|
Notes500 copies pressed.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Sticker Text): 5 400863000479
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