KiloWatts ‎– Acceptitude

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KiloWatts Music ‎– KW-014
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"What you're looking at is a very special limited release CD. It's fully letterpress printed on 110c Crane Lettra Flo paper. It's 100% cotton, and it's even been run through a second blind pass for extra deep impression. The actual disc sleeve is a custom die-cut. We have the incredible talents of Studio On Fire to thank for the incredible letterpress job, and Kris Phidelity for the mindblowing artwork. Kris and SoF came together to push this technique to the limit, and the result speaks for itself."

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  • Matrix / Runout: MWE3264
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LZ71
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ALK09
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI UU012

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KW-014 KiloWatts Acceptitude(10xFile, WAV, Album) KiloWatts Music KW-014 US 2012
KW-014 KiloWatts Acceptitude(10xFile, MP3, Album) KiloWatts Music KW-014 US 2012

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antic

antic

December 30, 2014
edited over 4 years ago

My God! This album is sooooo great! After "Ground State", which was more upbeat and glitch / dub-step influenced, this goes back to - slightly - more laid back atmospheres, but still with an aggressive edge here and there. I love how there are traces of funk, disco and jazz in some of the tunes; how organic they sound and how impeccably musical it all is. Jamie is a master of juxtaposing sounds & moods: dark vs. light, organic vs. electronic; and it really requires skill to pull it off. It gets weird at times (e.g. "Mobius Cakes") but just when you think he lost it, he somehow turns the track around and makes it awesome again with some delicious melodic work, some crazy FX or unexpected arrangement. I actually like the 1st half (or maybe third?) of the album more, with "Hammerstings" & "Cerebellum Hotel" combo pulling just the right notes - I love the delicate, understated and almost inaudible conclusions to some of the melodic sequences, leading me sometimes to even question myself are those notes really there :) I deeply appreciate music like that - when some things are left for interpretation, vague and non-direct: it's as much about spaces between the notes, as it is about the notes themselves.

5/5 no doubt.
edais

edais

November 11, 2013
This album is AMAZING.