Goth-Trad - Two Faced album flac
|medi-33||Goth-Trad||Two Faced (12")||Deep Medi Musik||medi-33||UK||2010|
|medi-33||Goth-Trad||Two Faced / Sunbeam (2xFile, MP3, 320)||Deep Medi Musik||medi-33||UK||2010|
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GOTH-TRAD GOTH-TRAD I. Release Date – 2013 Format : CD Label : Body Electric Records. 1. Light A Signal Fire 2. Weapons Of Society 3. Oneself 4. Artificial Disaster 5. Shout A Battle Cry 6. Mind Construction I 7. II 8. III 9. IV. As GOTH-TRAD. Sinker, Sunbeam VIP. Deep Medi Musik. GOTH-TRAD Presents MUGEN Compilation. Born To Know b/w Behind The Glass.
Takeaki Maruyama, better known by his stage name Goth-Trad, is a Japanese dubstep musician. He began composing dubstep in 2005 after being inspired by Wiley's "Morgue". He has produced five albums, the latest of which - Psionics - is due for release in September 2016. His last album New Epoch was released on Mala's Deep Medi label. He has also experimented with other genres and styles in more recent years.
In stock now for same day shipping. Something a little different here from Mala's renowned and revered Deep Medi Musik imprint. Goth Trad kicks off "Two Face" with a trembling, eastern trill in the intro, interrupted by smacking drum kicks in a bleak, hollow soundscape. A deep, warping b-line underpins the tune with its computer game bleeps and recurring motifs. Up next, "Sunbeam" offers a more instantly recognisable Deep Medi sound with sweeping atmospherics whistling around a stabbing beat, deadly subs and low end prowess.
Goth-Trad - Two Face Japan might seem an odd place to look for what might now be considered "purist" dubstep, but look no further than Goth-Trad for your 2006-style fix. Indeed, Takeaki Maruyama was one of the genre's earliest outside adopters, even releasing an entire album full of mostly breaks-driven dubstep in 2005. Perhaps as a result of his explicit jungle roots, his tracks have a fluid energy and attention to detail to them that turns early dubstep's deliberate and careful stomp on its head.