Metamatics ‎– Midnight Sun Pig

Label:
Dot ‎– DOTCD05
Format:
CD, Album
Country:
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Genre:
Style:
IDM

Tracklist

1 Intro 2:30
2 Hymn Bream 7:45
3 Man-Q-Neons 6:46
4 Mops 8:12
5 Liquid Gel 6:53
6 Ying Yang Mang 7:20
7 Hot Synchronomy 7:41
8 Midnight Sun Pig 8:13
9 Vocodor Odour 6:41
10 Spacemang 8:24

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Credits

Notes

Written, recorded and produced at the Cottage, Devon England, for a Metamatics Productions 1998-2000. Published by Hydrogen Dukebox/Reverb Music 2000. All tracks mastered by Ancient Pelle, Tonteknik Recording, Umeå Sweden 2000. [p+c] 2000 Dot Recordings. Dot Recordings is a division of MNW Music Scandinavia. Made in Sweden.

Limited to a few hundred copies, now reissued on Hydrogen Dukebox Records as: 'Mind Mushing Git'.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 393210 183230
  • Barcode (Scanned): 7393210183230
  • Matrix / Runout: DOTCD 05 DCM SWEDEN 10043004
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi LO51
  • Rights Society: BIEM/ncb
  • Label Code: LC 8433

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DOTLP05 Metamatics Midnight Sun Pig(2x12") Dot DOTLP05 Sweden 2000 Sell This Version
DUKE 128DJV Metamatics Mind Mushing Git(LP, Album, RE) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 128DJV UK 2003 Sell This Version
DUKE 128CD Metamatics Mind Mushing Git(CD, Album, RE) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 128CD UK 2003 Sell This Version

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fmasroor

fmasroor

May 12, 2017
Why is the tracklist here the same as Mind Mushing Git?
scoundrel

scoundrel

January 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The forward-thinking and sadly defunct Dot Records out of Sweden first put out Metamatics’ MIDNIGHT SUN PIG, and it was as breath of fresh air. With its funky rhythms and spunky electro tones, the album is a beam of sunshine in an oftentimes dull world. Metamatics knows the power of combining different tones and moods; for instance, the sad undertones of “Mops” are contrast the fat synths that are the main melody. The title track is slightly slower and more methodical in its direction, while “Spacemang” is buttery smoothness all the way through. But for the most part, the mood is upbeat and catchy: the wobbly outer space satellites of “Man-Q-Neons” or the bouncy “Liquid Gel.” Even when he lapses into simpler patterns (like that of “Ying Yang Mang”), there remains the carefully controlled mood and shape to the track. A nifty album for when you’re feeling down.