Simian Mobile Disco - Delicacies mp3 album
Delicacies is a compilation album by British electronic band Simian Mobile Disco. It is a collection of tracks inspired and named for various unusual foods the band have sampled while touring the world, hence the name.
Redirected from Whorl (album)). Simian Mobile Disco are an English electronic music duo and production team, formed in 2003 by James Ford and Jas Shaw of the band Simian. Musically, they are known for their analogue production. Ford is also known for his production work. Simian Mobile Disco originally formed as a DJ duo, on the side of their early four-piece band Simian.
DJ Mix – Simian Mobile Disco (tracks: 2-1a to 2-1h). Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – James Ford, Jas Shaw. CD 2 is pressed as one single mixed track. Written, produced and mixed at The Space Cave, Hackney. Issued in double gatefold Digipak packaging. Matrix, Runout (Disc 1): 2100002822841 DELICD001-CD1. Mastering SID Code (Disc 1 ): IFPI LK97. Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 9R89.
Biography by Kenyon Hopkin. Attack Decay Sustain R. imian Mobile Disco. See Full Discography.
101 Simian Mobile Disco. The beloved duo talk modular synths, collaboration and ponytails. Machine Love: Simian Mobile Disco. Ryan Keeling discovers how a sequencer and a saloon in the California desert both played a part in the duo's new album. Every musician needs to take action to keep themselves fresh from time to time, but James Ford and Jas Shaw of Simian Mobile Disco have really gone to extremes this time: they've completely abandoned every tool they previously used to make music. Simian Mobile Disco's biography.
Their last offering 'Temporary Pleasure' was an album that the duo crammed with what they hoped to be potential hits. Each track was quick, catchy, and seemed to nag for recognition from the summer charts. Despite achieving moderate success commercially, it wasn't received very well by critics, or indeed so well by some fans. The electronica twosome may arguably have had raised eye brows at this out come, so it might put things in to perspective then to realise that this follow up has been released a mere sixteen months later.
It's an album mired in its own dark, sometimes off-putting production juices, relishing in the slight tweaks and glacial buildups one may only appreciate on the dance floor. Lead-off track "Aspic" is catchy, what with its trademark Simian emphasis on bass and the very clearly defined (particularly in regards to what follows) rhythm, but it's not something the average raver would find promotes casual fist-pumping.
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DJ Mix – Simian Mobile Disco
|9.7||Thousand Year Egg Drumappella|
Notes© 2010 Simian Mobile Disco
This digital release misses the track "Fugu", which is included on the CD version.
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