- Audio CD (23 Sept. 2013)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: In My Room
- ASIN: B00E7YPQWM
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 91,509 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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The third full-length venture from Anders Trentemoller is "Lost".
"Lost" boasts a dozen tracks with something of interest for anyone who's ever been a fan of the Copenhagen based producer. Differing from "Into The Great Wide Yonder", which was a rather bold cinematic landscape, "Lost" is definitely a far more streamlined affair and way more "song structured". It's the kind of record one can only produce after endless months of studio isolation. Just where his creativity flourishes best.
Trentemoller has managed to bring on board a whole rake of fantastic peers, personal influences and sprouting talent. Co-conspirators such as Kazu Makino (Blonde Redhead), Jana Hunter (Lower Dens), Marie Fisker, Ghost Society and none other than the legendary Low are all to be found on the record.
"Lost" documents an artist really hitting his stride. An intricate musical tapestry woven over countless sleepless nights in his Copenhagen studio. Nights invested in instrument experimentation and trashed analog consoles. You can without a shadow of doubt call this release a genuine study in the art of attention to detail. No matter how many times you press play on this one you're going to find something you missed the previous time around. Something that suddenly shines a whole new light on what you're listening to.
Top Customer Reviews
this i think is his best yet more structured and cohesive than his others.
it has all of his trademarks of being dark and menacing and brooding.
i love too the vocal songs i think they work really well but the instrumentals are good in their own right.
best played on a dark winters night as it best catches the mood of the album then.
if you buy it i am sure you will enjoy it.
The elements which made "Harbour Boat Trips", "Into the great wide yonder" and "Late night tales" are sadly lacking. The opening track which features the band "Low" should be a match made in heaven, unfortunately the vocals do nothing to help. Like many recent electronic albums, there does seem to be a tendancy to have one or two tracks which basically equate to background noise and static and the same can be said here. The one (and possibly only) stand out track is "Still on fire". As a fan this album is more miss than hit and sorely lacks the dna you would come to expect from a Trentemoller album.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not sure on this one. Taken a listen quite a bit .... Was sitting with it blurting out the other day and my friend said it sounds like the cure .... Read morePublished on 6 Nov. 2013 by Rob