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Matrixxman - Homesick album flac Performer: Matrixxman
Title: Homesick
MP3 album: 1547 mb
FLAC album: 1835 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Matrixxman - Homesick Like many people who live in San Francisco, Charlie McCloud Duff sees beauty in technology. His debut album, Homesick, concerns itself with a not-so-distant future where AI has surpassed human consciousness (the singularity), and he doesn't see the change as a bad thing. The cool thing about the singularity is that it’s going to totally fuck shit up in the most beautiful sense possible," he recently said in an interview

There’s no shortage of potential DJ weaponry on Homesick, but what makes the album truly impressive are the cuts where Matrixxman gets out of his presumed comfort zone and steps away from the club.

His debut album, Homesick, displays a newfound and dogged single-mindedness. It is so intently focused upon its aesthetic-dark, ominous, sensually mechanical, all hot breath and brushed stainless steel-that it feels, in retrospect, like everything until now has been leading up to this. Homesick is not quite a concept album, but there's a ghost of a narrative visible in the record's bookending tracks. First, there's "Necronomicon", which opens the LP with nine-and-a-half minutes of greyscale throb, like Basic Channel rendered ultra-minimal and unusually menacing.

Tracklist: 1. Necronomicon (9:34) 2. Augmented (5:52) 3. Red Light District (3:32) 4. Packard Plant (4:17) 5. Dejected (1:19) 6. Network Failure (5:05) 7. False Pattern Recognition (7:01) 8. Opium Den (5:49) 9. Annika's Theme (4:12) 10.

There’s no shortage of potential DJ weaponry on Homesick, but what makes the album truly impressive are the cuts where Matrixxman gets out of his presumed comfort zone and steps away from the club.

Red Light District, 03:32. Packard Plant, 04:17.