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🎤 Rrose - Vanishing Pools MP3

  • Performer: Rrose
  • Title: Vanishing Pools
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: US
  • Record source: 5 × File, ALAC
  • Released: 21 Aug 2015
  • Style: Techno, Ambient
  • Label: Eaux
  • Cat#: EAUX791
  • MP3 album: 2098 mb
  • FLAC album: 2530 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 410
🎤 Rrose - Vanishing Pools MP3




CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EAUX791Rrose Vanishing Pools ‎(12", EP, Ltd, Whi)EauxEAUX791US2015
EAUX791Rrose Vanishing Pools ‎(12", EP)EauxEAUX791US2016



Vanishing Pools by Rrose, released 22 August 2015 1. Hole 2. Purge 3. Curl 4. Adrift 5. Undergrowth Vinyl digital distributed by Kudos UK Also available from Hardwax, Boomkat, Bleep, and. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей free to Rrose Vanishing Pools Hole, Purge and more. 5 tracks 31:18. Rrose came to the attention of the worldwide techno scene in 2011 after the release of three EPs and an album on the Sandwell District label. Densely textured and experimental yet wholly atListen free to Rrose Vanishing Pools Hole, Purge and more. Densely textured and experimental yet wholly at read more. Densely textured and experimental yet wholly at home on the dancefloor, Rroses music channel read more. Vanishing Pools, 2015. Hole, 04:43. Purge, 06:05. Following closely behind EAUX691, Rrose presents five diverse and experimental tracks full of enveloping, psychoactive tones, breathing rhythms, and. Carefully curated and clocking in at over 30 minutes, this extended EP plays almost like a mini-album. Vanishing Pools. Release Date 2017-12-29. Label EAUX. Album 2015 5 Songs. Techno 2015. Скачать Rrose - Vanishing Pools. Также послушайте: Kangding Ray & Rrose. Ardent, Swallows. Lucy & Rrose. The Lotus Eaters. Hymn to Moisture. The Ends of Weather. Комментарии 1: trench25 авг 2015 в 23:03. Rrose не пропускать. 2-LP. Hymn to MoistureEaux. Beware of ShellsEaux. Features Song Lyrics for Rrose's Vanishing Pools album. Preview the embedded widget. Rrose - Vanishing Pools Album Lyrics

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Review:: http://bit.ly/1FJS4em [more on:: http://paynomindtouswearejustaminorthreat.blogspot.it/] - Seems nobody knows nothing about one of the most curious personalities of modern electronic music. His identity is totally unknown to us: male, californian, not a kid anymore, had already many aliases before Rrose. This name apparently gave birth to a brand new man and to a new indipendent being. He never got on stage without wearing feminine clothes. This is a clear recall to the creator of Readymade art, Marcel Duchamp. Rrose Sélavy was a character that he loved to play, filled by make up, wigs, and elegant, charming dresses - the name is a paranomasia and means "Eros, c'est la vie", as well as "Arroser la vie". His beloved friend Man Ray portraited him in these features, and Duchamp signed some of his works with this alias. Seems our Rrose is bringing all of this back, almost a century after. The charming elegance seems to have remained the same between the two Rrose characters. The differences lie in the aura surrounding the techno producer, maybe less playful, and way more obscure and intriguing.

The character is at least devious and cryptic. He adds a magical touch to its sophisticated musical hypnosis anyone can feel in his own way. The veil that Rrose decided to wear let listeners detach their minds from the 'physical' person they're watching play. One is free to enjoy entirely the climate of the club, living the truly intimate atmosphere standing between the audience and the producer. He drags them inside his own body, through the music, reaching for an aware loss of consciousness. Seems like the actual place in which one gets lost is within Rrose himself, and not the dancefloor. The process is surely magnified by the strong sexual connotation of Rrose character and the music. The hypnotic, sexually hybrid figure captures us in a unique way. The smooth, cutting and whirling sounds seem to be sensed right through the skin.

The five-tracks EP (that can be possibly labelled as a mini-album) sounds really dense, such that the 30 minutes length almost shortens during the listening. The release can be somehow defined as "anti-dancefloor" and it can be considered as the perfect example for the artist's poetics: a sequence of tracks that leads us to confusion, to lose the awareness of our own body and to make us question about our position in space/time. Actually, he seems to lose himself first, drowning and enfolding us with him into a gloomy abyss.

"Hole" is the evocative title of the opening track: tones are extremely low and dark, with repetitive rhythms. A bunch of booming noises define a strong increasing of intensity... in a ruthless loop. It's a key track of the release and it leads to a real state of trance in less than five minutes. Not a rough trance, however, yet a sensual and lusting journey masterfully conduced all along Vanishing Pools EP. "Purge" opens through a clean and dry beat, to which are added high-pitched / acid variations and a threatening siren, surrounding the listener in a paranoid embrace. This is the only 'dancefloor-driven' track of the work: it sounds highly physical and it involves the whole body, no organs excluded. The climate all of a sudden changes in "Curl", whose title recalls something soft. This makes a juxtaposition with the 'wooden' / dry straight beat, that twists on itself restlessly. In “Adrift” the listener is brought in intimate soundscapes in which crystal waterfalls are born and decade subsequently in a loop. They will return by the half of the track, this time submerged by a turbulent atmosphere. The body of the listener is following the track’s heavy rhythm since it has been reclaimed by Rrose.

The ending of Vanishing Pools comes suddenly with the last track which is “Undergrowth”, a profoundly dark theme characterized by crossing mechanical breaths turning into sharp winds by the end of it. “Undergrowth” is a heavy-disturbed ambient piece adding - if necessary – a further skill to the portfolio of the producer, whose main goal is a deep analysis on perception. This is confirmed by the genuine research lead starting from the recording studio and going out on the dancefloor: here the same machines are used, and the same sounds - experienced by himself - played. The musical research is expressed unconditioned and free of any further artefact except the dressing-up one. The sight-shock hits anyone attending a Rrose show, then it slowly / unawarely weakens, leaving room for nothing but a total commitment to the music.

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