Burial + Four Tet - Moth / Wolf Cub album flac
Title: Moth / Wolf Cub
Style: Deep House, Dubstep, Tech House
MP3 album: 1405 mb
FLAC album: 1483 mb
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Moth", "Wolf Cub" is a collaborative release by the British musicians Burial and Four Tet. It was released exclusively on vinyl on 4 May 2009 by Hebden's own Text Records imprint. The limited-run 12" vinyl had no label and was packaged in a completely black sleeve without liner notes. Neither the artists nor the record label have released any information about the single's content or production, save for the artists and track names. This record was repressed in November 2011.
Whereas "Wolf Cub" sounds like it was cobbled together from parts sent back and forth between the two, you get the feeling that "Moth" is something that the duo sat down and produced together, and the results sound much more complete as a result. Loping along at a restrained 123bpm, the 2-step skip is still there but in a much more rigid form, as smooth melodic synths judder and swell throughout.
Burial/Four Tet: "Wolf Cub" . "Moth" is more surprising, in the sense that it less immediately evokes either artist; it also sounds a little more conventional, setting a gauzy, happy-sad chords to a housey, 4/4 rhythm generously imbued with the swing of UK garage. The textures still stand out- it sounds as if the drum machine were wrapped in gauze, for starters. But the song inescapably reminds me of "Xtal", the opening cut on Aphex Twin's Selected Ambient Works 85â€ 92. That's hardly a bad thing; both are gorgeous
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Kieran Hebden, aka Four Tet, is all about collaboration, so it’s not a surprise that he teamed with shadowy English dubstep crossover Burial, aka William Bevan. The results, Moth and Wolf Cub, arrive in a black sleeve and pressed onto a slab of 12″ vinyl with a black label. The lack of information’s a nice touch in this day and age of over-information, so in that spirit, it feels right to let you jump right into the sounds: Moth finds Reichian Gamelan giving way to wooden percussion and subtle background pitch/vocal smears, with an echoing spaciousness that remains throughout.