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on 11 July 2001
As the press release says, its difficult to describe this music without resorting to cliches. But then cliches and cliches precisely because they need to be said and are often the truth. Ambience, minimalist hiphop, beats and post rock work-outs mark the territory which many of the other three 310 albums laid the groundwork for, but none of them were quite as coherent as this one which is a sonic eye opener that refreshes as it entertains. Tim Donovan (one half of 310) has recently been in the studio with Angie Stone and Busta Rhymes new protegee, and is the fuel for the hiphop mix here. However, ultimately, its all about gently funky ambience and techno weirdness with just enough beats to keep heads nodding DJ Shadow style...
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on 16 August 2003
310 really know how to create atmosphere into this unique mix of music from time long ago maybe 1930’s or 40’s in America, but at the same time this is modern electronic music with loops and samples beats. This Album has mixes of old jazz that works really well.
On a person level this is my favorite of their albums. It incorporates guitars, slow heavy beats Jazz and is more than just fantastic chill out music. The closest music I can compare it is with Lemmon Jelly but this far darker so maybe Dead Cities from Future Sound of London but with more human/natural instruments.
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on 16 August 2003
310 really know how to create atmosphere into this unique mix of music from time long ago maybe 1930’s or 40’s in America, but at the same time this is modern electronic music with loops and samples beats. This Album has mixes of old jazz that works really well.
On a person level this is my favorite of their albums. It incorporates guitars, slow heavy beats Jazz and is more than just fantastic chill out music. The closest music I can compare it is with Lemmon Jelly but this far darker so maybe Dead Cities from Future Sound of London but with more human/natural instruments.
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on 19 August 2003
I have listen to a lot of electronic music but nothing like this. Sounds leave as quietly as they've arrived or stick around in unsettling moods to confuse or tease. You’ll find ambient textures and guitars thundering drums and intense sci-fi whir aside mutilated jazz and booming gunshots.
I have all of 310 albums but this is my favourite. If you like KLF Chillout or Future Sounds Of London you will really like this.
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on 19 August 2003
I have listen to a lot of electronic music but nothing like this. Sounds leave as quietly as they've arrived or stick around in unsettling moods to confuse or tease. You’ll find ambient textures and guitars thundering drums and intense sci-fi whir aside mutilated jazz and booming gunshots.
I have all of 310 albums but this is my favourite. If you like KLF Chillout or Future Sounds Of London you will really like this.
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on 19 August 2003
I have listen to a lot of electronic music but nothing like this. Sounds leave as quietly as they've arrived or stick around in unsettling moods to confuse or tease. You’ll find ambient textures and guitars thundering drums and intense sci-fi whir aside mutilated jazz and booming gunshots.I have all of 310 albums but this is my favourite. If you like KLF Chillout or Future Sounds Of London you will really like this.
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