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Falling In - Lusine* - Serial Hodgepodge (Vinyl, LP, Album) 10.11.2019 10.11.2019 Goltisho

9 Responses to Falling In - Lusine* - Serial Hodgepodge (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Torg says:
    Texan Jeff McIlwain produces ambient/experimental techno that harks back to the era of classic early-'90s British techno (itself inspired by American sources in Detroit). Highly melodic though usually highly abrasive as well, his self-titled debut album was released in on the Isophlux label. He also performs under the name Lusine.
  2. Mesho says:
    Bleep - We sell the best music from the best record labels and artists in the world. We specialise in finding the highest quality products regardless of format or genre. Including: Electronic, Techno, Electro, House, Experimental, Grime, Dubstep, Hip Hop, Alternative, Indie, and many more.
  3. Guhn says:
    Double vinyl LP pressing. release from the Electonic artist. A Certain Distance sees McIlwain employing human vocals and Pop structures, hooks and melodies in the service of something warmer and more welcoming than the Lusine of old/5(10).
  4. Zulutaur says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Serial Hodgepodge on Discogs. Label: Ghostly International - GHI • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Test Pressing, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: IDM/5(4).
  5. Faulkis says:
    Falling In By Lusine. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Falling In. Featured on Serial Hodgepodge. More by Lusine. Sensorimotor. The Waiting Room. A Certain Distance. Language Barrier. Podgelism. More Lusine. Listen to Lusine now. Listen to Lusine in full in the Spotify app.
  6. Kigalar says:
    Artist: Lusine Title Of Album: Collection Year Of Release: Label: - Serial Hodgepodge 01 Ask You () Vocals - Zoe McGuire 02 Slur () Falling In (Lusine remix) - A Certain Distance 01 Operation Costs 02 Two Dots 03 Tin Hat 04 Thick Of It.
  7. Goltisar says:
    Podgelism is a new collection of remixes of Lusine's work featuring an all-star line-up of producers queuing up to get their teeth into McIlwain's textured glitchscapes. First up is Berlin's Apparat, who recasts 'Drip' as a stuttering piece of cinematic electronics, serving as excellent preparation for the midtempo 4/4 killer John Tejada fashions out of 'Make It Easy'. Lusine himself makes.
  8. Zuzilkree says:
    Nov 30,  · Abstract and proud, Lusine’s SERIAL HODGEPODGE wears its credentials on its sleeve, from the torn-up female vocals and melodic underpinnings on “Ask You” to the crispness of “Slur.” “Drip” sounds like a lost Tim Hecker track, however, while “The Drop” edges into .
  9. Terr says:
    Jan 01,  · Serial Hodgepodge serves as a defining fusion of instinct and intellect, as the sense of funk and dance genres in Lusine?s meticulous programming prohibit anyone from sitting still, while the myriad other elements flickering across the mix offer great things to those who read between the lines.

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