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Astral Social Club - # 13 album flac

  • Performer: Astral Social Club
  • Album: # 13
  • FLAC: 1177 mb | MP3: 1817 mb
  • Released: 2007
  • Style: Avantgarde, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 505
  • Format: AUD APE AAC TTA AU RA AA
Astral Social Club - # 13 album flac

Tracklist

1 Overture 3:08
2 Happy Amyl # 1 9:38
3 Interlude 6:20
4 Happy Amyl # 2 7:06
5 Coda 6:06

Notes

Recorded in public + private, Kirklees, March + April 2007. 50 copies for distribution in Hasselt + Paris, May 4 + 5 2007.
Thanks to Yorkshire Ned, Mad Mel Crowley + Palmer Eldritch. This could be asc #13.

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Astral Social Club is Neil Campbell (born 19 May 1966 in Scotland), a British musician notable for his vast catalogue and his many collaborations. Campbell has long been involved in the UK's experimental music scene, including acts like "Vibra Cathedral Orchestra" and "Sunroof!".

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Actually, despite the calmer, mellow drifts of the last couple of tracks, Astral Social Club isn't for the chillout room either, unless a perverse DJ wanted to put the entire crowd onto a collective bad trip with the unnerving pulsations and grinding, glitchy noise that builds to a crescendo in the album's first third. Those expecting more of the Vibracathedral Orchestra's blend of acoustic folk instrumentation and lysergic grooves may be somewhat put off, but for anyone in a receptive frame of mind, Astral Social Club has a certain chilly charm.

A standout on the electronic underground circuit, Neil Campbell has been releasing cryptic CDR-only releases of dense, sample-based electronica since the mid ‘00s.