Username:  
Password:  
 
  Create account
  Lost password
  OR
  Login or Connect


Third-party login

Login with an existing account!



You run a Label?

You run Your own Label and want it to appear on sonicsquirrel.net?
All You have to do is:

  1. 1. Create an User account,
  2. 2. then choose 'Create Label',
  3. 3. and finally add Your releases

And why should You do so? Read here!

crazy language : Struktur

Released on
Artist
 
 
Catalog number
cl-022
 
Playtime: 36:10 - 320kb/s - 67.81 MB
Date released
2009/05/28
Downloads
1746

License

Share



 
electronicaidmelektro Please login to edit Tags
Save Tags
Give Love
Give Rubel ?

Release Notes

Sensation Level This new release from Crazy-Language comes this time from Lyon, France. Romain Roqueta, know in the digital world as Sukdabeat presents us with a delightful record filled with pleasant electronic glockenspiels, warm synths pulled from various hardware material and tight hip-hopish beats reminiscent of some of the best and respected electronic artists around (e.g. Chris Clark). Struktur introduces us to the complex world that goes on Sukdabeat’s mind: the beats have an amazing attention to detail and will get you hooked right from the start; clicks, plops, distant bugs, multi-layered kicks and snares are the structure of these eight tracks. It feels as if we had just landed on a distant alien planet, but at the same time, this strange place felt strangely familiar to us. This is where the melodies pop in: immediate synths, pleasant sines, music-boxes, all of them rich, heart-felt and very accessible creating a curious fight between melody and beat [man/machine?], where both contestants win, to your own delight. Once you start exploring deeply inside this planet, you won’t ever want to leave. You’ll find your new home here. [F.G.]

blog comments powered by Disqus

Embedd this Release on Your page

<iframe src="http://sonicsquirrel.net/link/iframe/0/release/3439/FFFFFF" class="sosq" frameborder="0" height="19" width="88"></iframe>

copy-paste this code somewhere on Your website will create play/download/m3u links like this:
The FFFFFF stands for the hex-background color. Change it when desired.