Matmos - Quasi-Objects album flac
Style: Abstract, IDM, Experimental
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Matmos is the 1997 debut album of American electronic music duo Matmos. The album features field recordings of everyday activities as well as more unusual things, such as nerve activity of a crayfish, on "Verber: amplified synapse". The album is of an experimental nature and has elements of different genres of electronic music such as drum 'n bass, minimal techno and glitch. Plastic Minor" And Silver Light Popped in His Eyes".
This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 98/164 BPM). Tracklist Quasi-Objects. 2. Cloth Mother/Wire Mother.
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Matmos/ Quasi-Objects. Amplified hair, breathing, bowls of water, Polish trains. In the determinedly cerebral world of Matmos, no sound is sacred. Problems of this nature perhaps affected the overlong American debut ‘Matmos’ 6/10, which suffers from a lack of cohesion and obvious direction. For experimental thrills of more frisky and immediate persuasion, though, try ‘Quasi-Objects’ 7/10, where Plaid-like electronica and fully-realised ideas are to the fore. The Big Read - Tierra Whack: I’m working hard to change the world.
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However, Matmos tend to let the schtick of noises get the better of their aesthetic judgement, and too much of Quasi-Objects ends up being little more than flat-falling justification for whoopie cushion samples, stretched banjos, and chopped-up voice. Still, more than a few tracks - "Cloth Mother/Wire Mother"and "Always Three Words" among them - are both sonically perplexing and engaging.
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Quasi-Objects is a 1998 electronic music album by Matmos, which followed their self-titled debut Quasi-Objects. Pitchfork Media's Mark Richard-San similarly described the album as "too reliant on novelty", and thought that its.
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|2||Cloth Mother/Wire Mother
Guitar [Phone Guitar] – Tim FurnishSlide Guitar – M.C. Schmidt*
|4||Always Three Words||5:14|
|5||The Banjo's Categorical Gut||6:07|
|6||The Purple Island||6:59|
- Design – Rex Ray
- Illustration [Cover Illustration] – M.C. Schmidt*
- Sequenced By, Sampler, Synthesizer [W-30, Sh-101, Mono/poly], Edited By [Digital Editing], Mixed By, Banjo, Electric Guitar, Effects [Latex Clothing, Balloons, Whoopee Cushion, Body Sounds, Field Recording, Quasi-objects] – Drew Daniel, M.C. Schmidt*
- Written-By – Matmos
NotesAll songs © 1998, Matmos.
Recorded at home.
|OLE 381-2||Matmos||Quasi-Objects (CD, Album, RE)||Matador||OLE 381-2||US||1999|