Burial - Ghost Hardware EP album flac
- Mastered At – Transition Mastering Studios
- Mastered By – Jason Goz
|HDB004||Burial||Ghost Hardware (12")||Hyperdub||HDB004||UK||2007|
|HDB004||Burial||Ghost Hardware (3xFile, FLAC, EP)||Hyperdub||HDB004||UK||2007|
|HDB004||Burial||Ghost Hardware EP (3xFile, MP3, EP, 320)||Hyperdub||HDB004||UK||2007|
Artist: Burial Song: Ghost Hardware Album: Untrue. Авторы текста и музыки.
Burial - Ghost Hardware. 9 years ago 9 years ago. Dubstep.
Album · 2007 · 3 Songs.
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Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 1. Ghost Hardware 04:54. Phelian The syncopated rhythms in Shutta, the dissonant pad work, foley shuffles of Exit Wounds, and the eerie sampling in Ghost Hardware makes this one memorable release.
Burial is the debut studio album by London electronic producer Burial, released in 2006 on Kode9's Hyperdub label. Considered a landmark of the mid-2000s dubstep scene, the album's sound features a dark, emotive take on the UK rave music that preoccupied Burial in his youth, including 2-step, jungle, and UK garage. Critics have variously interpreted the release as an elegy for the dissipated rave movement and a sullen audio portrait of London.
THE 2006 album - eternal definition of leftfield UKG, a modern classic. Wonderful ambientish house EP w/ Burial UKG rooted sound signature. NYC. Stolen Dog. EP out of stock. Burial: Ghost Hardware. In continuation of the 2006 album - exceptional blue mystical UK garage/dubstep cuts - A Must Have! Ghost Hardware.
Ghost Hardware EP. Hyperdub. Cat: HDB 004 Released: 30 September, 2015 Genre: Deep Dubstep. Get new release alerts. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
Everything "Burial" do sounds haunted to me, so it's an apt title! Stuttery drumtracks, voiceovers and atmospherics carve their own distinctive groove, they're the living proof of "less is more" as a musical philosophy - imagine a skeletal version of Massive Attack without the nods towards mass-market appeal and you wouldn't be far off the mark.