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  • Performer: Alt-A
  • Album: The Sound
  • FLAC: 1862 mb | MP3: 1840 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Country: Greece
  • Style: Breaks
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 195
Alt-A - The Sound album flac


1 The Sound 6:25

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DLR116 Alt-A The Sound Remixes PT2 ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320) Diablo Loco Records DLR116 Greece 2016
DLR101 Alt-A The Sound (Remixes) ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320) Diablo Loco Records DLR101 Greece 2016

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alt-J are an alternative band from the UK, formed in 2008 by four friends who met at Leeds University. Having forged their own unique sound combining elements of electronic, folk and guitar music, th. 181 Tracks. Stream Tracks and Playlists from alt-J on your desktop or mobile device.

Alt-A’s sound is best described as High Energy Breakbeat. Expect a wall of melody, infectious driving baselines, beefy percussion, and dramatic breakdowns. Always in the studio trying to produce original sounding tracks and better his technique, with numerous new killer productions already lined up you can be sure you will be hearing allot more about Alt-A.

A scattershot album from a band still trying to form their own identity. on May 30, 2017, 12:00am. Each song is a gamble of which Alt-J will show up, whether it’s the sparse, haunting sound of single Adeline or the extravagant hymnal on closer Pleader that veers towards contemporary Christian rock levels of bombast

LEAP: Local Enterprising Artists' Project presents the 2015 LEAP Sound Album - original music from the central. LEAP's online doors fling open February 1st for all POETS and SONGWRITERS to submit for the LEAP Sound Album 2016! For more details, visit ww. heLeapEvent. Making of the LEAP Sound Album cover art! 2. 3. Announcing the SOUND ALBUM 2016! 3. See all.

She makes the sound The sound the sea makes To calm me down. I am see-through Soap sliver you're so thin As I begin rubbing lathers up Your state worsens on my skin And gol. at less finger to lip One-two, three-four, hush. And pulse to pulse, now shush

Hailing from the UK, Mark Holbrook producing under his Alt- A moniker is a fresh face on the scene bringing with him a wealth of musical knowledge, technical experience and fresh innovative sounds. Interest in music began from a young age when he learnt to play the Piano and Guitar as well as studying music theory which evolved into a lifelong passion for. music. This was reinforced by a specific love of electronic music - Rave and Acid House which were at their peak of popularity at the time  . 1. Can't Sleep JOURNEYMAN & BARRCODE remix Journeyman, Barrcode, Alt-A Diablo Loco.

Committed alt-J fans are probably already used to Joe Newman’s unique touch with sexual imagery-for such an unassuming group, they sing often, and zealously, about fucking, or at least what fucking might be like, as interpreted by a befuddled AI. But because all words turned to consonant-free mush in his mouth, millions of festival-goers were likely and mercifully unaware they were dancing to a chorus of, In your snatch fits d pleasure ( Fitzpleasure ). 3WW begins the album with a soft-lit minute of finger-picked guitar before introducing a sound in the background that sounds suspiciously like someone snoring. The truth is that alt-J have never had an identity, really, apart from Newman’s mangled lyrics and the fidgety, distracted arrangements of their songs.

Their harmonies sound tight but laidback, well-rehearsed but perfectly intuitive, and on their career-maker Hollywood Town Hall, they sound like an old-time country act (think The Louvin Brothers) backed by a heartland rock band (think The Heartbreakers if they were Hoosiers). The Appalachian folk and grungy punk roots are both evident on this quintessential alt-country album from a group with more talent than one band could contain. Tweedy and Farrar traded off singing and songwriting duties, giving us such great Son Volt precursors like Slate and the title track and Wilco-precursors Acuff-Rose and The Long Cut.