Freescha ‎– Kids Fill The Floor

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ATTCD002 Freescha Kids Fill The Floor(CD, Album) Attacknine ATTCD002 US 2001 Sell This Version
ATTLP001 Freescha Kids Fill The Floor (Expanded Edition)(14xFile, MP3, 320) Attacknine ATTLP001 US 2013
ATTLP001, ATTLP008 Freescha Kids Fill The Floor (Expanded Edition)(2xLP, Album + 12") Attacknine, Attacknine ATTLP001, ATTLP008 US 2013 Sell This Version

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MRCymbalic

MRCymbalic

August 18, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

This beautifully intoxicating music reminds me more of M83 than anything else, though I can hear the BoC reference. In an era of electronica where gems like this are spewed out by the truck loads, many of them went unheard or heard once and forgotten. These kind of sounds need to be revived and heard again (and again and again). Cohesive and hypnotic, this album fills the room with peace and wonder, exhuming all possible voids of silence. Truly inspirational beats and melodies seemingly composed on homemade equipment. Perhaps the simplicity of it all is the premiere allure. Excellent feat for Freescha and their best production effort to date.
tyler1982

tyler1982

January 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
freescha almost makes boards of canada sound like napalm death. kids fill the floor is like one of those ultra-rare magical crystalline artifacts on some fantasy role playing game that you can only find if you pay one of the designers to alter the software programming. such soft, cloud-pillowy sounds...though not so soft as to make you lose interest or put you to sleep. it's a soundtrack for a baby's first dream...or for beauty spas in the afterlife...er, well you get the picture. 5/5
playbynumbers

playbynumbers

October 18, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

initially i thought this was just a mediocre BoC clone, but after about 20 listens i began to realize that it's much more ... disarmingly simple, so much so that you don't immediately realize how carefully crafted and subtle it is. very rewarding upon repeat listens; there's a very pure and beautiful happiness/wonder to the entire album. "up the coast" and "boyrgirl" are particularly good.
toddverrone

toddverrone

December 12, 2003

amazingly simple, stunningly beautiful, and super well programmed, this is one of the sickest albums around. every track just hits you where it hurts, not a single piece of filler to be found. highly recommended...