Loess ‎– 3D Concepts Part 2

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Toytronic ‎– toy 15 b
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Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, Orange/White Marbled
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Tracklist

A1 Retinue
A2 Sofar
A3 Viscer
B1 Alt.Tone.Two
B2 Sixt

Notes

Limited to 800 copies.
Transparent Orange/White marbled vinyl.
Tracks A1 + A3 are misspelt as 'Retinve' & 'Visger' on the record.
Etching says "TWO EQUALS THREE"

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adam01

adam01

December 25, 2015

When you are staring out a window, looking at wind swept trees this album playing in the background is a fantastic soundtrack for your moments.
Rhythmic, but not heavy handed, gentle, yet not lazy, every song on this release fluidly moves in and out of ambient and IDM. It's an album that can fill many spaces and fulfill a plethora of expectations.
Superb music.
DARKSTAR2012

DARKSTAR2012

November 19, 2012

Pure quality through out content pressing price !
kid4today

kid4today

November 13, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

One of my favourite releases ever. Certainly the best release by Loess, the tracks are as warm sounding as the orange vinyl looks. The entire 3D concepts series is excellent though I think Loess takes top place, closely followed by Miles Tilman. If you've heard Loess before then you'll know what to expect (warm and building ambient sound), yet more so on this 12".
pinkspace

pinkspace

June 12, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This is simply one of the best ambient IDM albums out there. The chord progressions create achingly beautiful soundscapes drenched in reverbs as smooth as warm milk, tugged steadily along by crumbling percussion that sounds like floating debris and oil drums rhythmically colliding on the sea. Sad, desolate and yet very comforting and familiar, a must have for fans of early Arovane, Aphex Twin's Selected Ambient Works II and certain flavors of Boards of Canada.
Taskmaster

Taskmaster

December 30, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

Loess fans are in for a real treat with this vinyl. The A-side has 3 crunchy-IDM tracks with hints of ambience running through them. However, side-b is the real winner here. The 2 tracks on the bside are long, stretched out creepy ambience that in my opinion is some of Loess' best work. I liked this vinyl so much that I plan on getting the CD split version as well so I can listen to these tunes in my car.