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L.SAE - The West End As It Will Be flac album

L.SAE - The West End As It Will Be flac album
Title:
The West End As It Will Be
Performer:
L.SAE
Style:
Techno, Experimental
Released:
FLAC album size:
1946 mb
Other formats:
AHX AC3 ASF DXD AC3 DTS WMA
Genre:
Rating:
4.5 ✪

Sae. blue highlight denotes track pick.

But describing this track purely in terms of past influences doesn't do it justice, as it achieves a highly forward thinking overall aesthetic, with enough fresh sound design and rhythmic innovation to disguise any overt references. This track gets the roots and future balance spot on. It'll be interesting to see what the Timedance imprint and the . AE alias come out with next.

AE The West End as it Will Be. 5:53. Way to End La figure dansante de l'incompréhension. Hugger Until The End Of Time Album Versio. :26. L'Orchestra Cinematique This Is Not the End (From The "Edge of.

SAE has been played on NTS in shows including 404 w/ Ifeoluwa, featured first on 2 October 2015. Songs played include Dices Courter, Line Sunk Like I'm Sunk and The West End As It Will Be. Original source Last.

SAE is a new project by Joe Higgins, also known as Metrist (Resin, Fifth Wall), exploring experimental techno-tempo music. He creates a distinctively raw, atmospheric sound palette, referencing material from early Drum & Bass, noise-techno and 90s IDM. Both tracks are tough as nails, containing thunderous distorted kick drums and clattering percussion, but also delicate, mournful synth work. The West End as it Will Be. AE. Release Date 2016-06-17.

Tracklist

A The West End As It Will Be 5:53
AA Line Sunk Like I'm Sunk 5:47


Reviews:
  • Diab
A very promising release from Timedance. While Metrists previous work consists of largely four-to-the-floor, industrial techno, this release (under new alias L.SAE) differs subtly in style, with a more syncopated, hardcore continuum tinged sound."The West End As It Will Be" is the highlight of the release. Sucking you in with an eerie jingle of detuned bells and a rising, dysphoric pad, this unstable equilibrium soon collapses into a percussive onslaught of fidgety hats and sharp ukg rim shots, twitching indecisively between 2-step and half-step rhythms. This is one of those rare tracks that is simultaneously tear out and incredibly understated, with enough space to let the rich distorted textures breathe. The tracks dystopian, serotonin-depleted sound design makes it reminicent of '92 darkcore, '97 techstep and '05 dubstep in equal amounts, with a writhing overdriven reese-like bass dragging along the tip-toeing percussion.I've never heard a track that so effortlessly evokes so many different iterations of the hardcore-continuum. But describing this track purely in terms of past influences doesn't do it justice, as it achieves a highly forward thinking overall aesthetic, with enough fresh sound design and rhythmic innovation to disguise any overt references. This track gets the roots and future balance spot on.It'll be interesting to see what the Timedance imprint and the L.SAE alias come out with next.