Lusine* ‎– Serial Hodgepodge

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GI-37 Lusine* Serial Hodgepodge(CD, Album) Ghostly International GI-37 US 2004 Sell This Version
GI-37A Lusine* Serial Hodgepodge(2xLP, Album) Ghostly International GI-37A US 2004 Sell This Version
GHI-37 Lusine* Serial Hodgepodge(2xLP, Album, Promo, TP) Ghostly International GHI-37 US 2004 Sell This Version
GI-37 Lusine* Serial Hodgepodge(CD, Album, Promo) Ghostly International GI-37 US 2004 Sell This Version

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podroom

podroom

April 20, 2018
referencing Serial Hodgepodge, CD, Album, GI-37

Данный альбом могу слушать целиком это единственный альбом из его творчества который так заходит !!!
citizengreen

citizengreen

May 24, 2017
referencing Serial Hodgepodge, 2xLP, Album, GI-37A
Ever since this was released its been on heavy rotation over here.
MrZyc

MrZyc

September 26, 2014
referencing Serial Hodgepodge, CD, Album, GI-37

beautiful production.
very recommended.
scoundrel

scoundrel

January 14, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Serial Hodgepodge, CD, Album, GI-37

Abstract and proud, Lusine’s SERIAL HODGEPODGE wears its credentials on its sleeve, from the torn-up female vocals and melodic underpinnings on “Ask You” to the crispness of “Slur.” “Drip” sounds like a lost Tim Hecker track, however, while “The Drop” edges into Akufen-like house rhythms. And, as if just to prove he could do it, he moves to downtempo on the gentle “Everything Under the Sun.” Though the tracks show sharp production values, they can be sterile at times; for instance, “Falling In” is smart and danceable, but also cold. “Auto Pilot” is slightly warmer, while “Figment” is slightly choppier. The final track, “Payne’s Gray,” takes a completely abstract route, with a cello cutting in and out. Doubtless, there’s an eclectic quality to these tracks, showing a great range of imagination and ability. But a more concrete vision to link the tracks together as an album would also be welcome.
zer0

zer0

December 2, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Serial Hodgepodge, CD, Album, GI-37

Nothing too exciting here. Nevertheless, everything still sounds pleasant and relaxing. Tunes range from slower trip-hop to some faster, house inspired beats, with a couple of more experimental and calm noise/ambient tracks. The production is of course flawless, so is the use of samples (vocal/classical instruments) and overall quality of this release is undoubtfully at a high level.
EPOCHALYPSE

EPOCHALYPSE

March 9, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Serial Hodgepodge, 2xLP, Album, GI-37A

One of the dopest records I've heard in a long time. Combining the best elements of ambient and IDM to create an amalgamation of dope sounds playing off each other to create a wash of beautiful sound collage monkeys dancing in your ear . . . 5/5