Milieu ‎– Remodelled

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Boltfish Recordings ‎– BOLT039
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4 × CDr, Mini, Album, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

1.1 As Summer Blooms 2:57
1.2 Thrum 4:16
1.3 Elep 3:36
1.4 Cumulus Drones 3:30
1.5 Auburn Morning Winds 5:05
2.1 Hidden Paths 4:37
2.2 Biketrail 2 4:28
2.3 Glasshill (Gravel Bank) 4:42
2.4 Blackwood Moth 6:09
3.1 Lazer Rinq 3:25
3.2 Pileus (Infinite Edit) 6:47
3.3 Sway Blue Waters 8:40
4.1 Forest (Fast Edit) 3:20
4.2 Snowhill 2:10
4.3 Rain Metre (Acid Edit) 3:12
4.4 Smokestacks 3:18
4.5 Narthex 7:29

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Notes

Discs are labeled A, B, C, D. Includes two additional tracks.
Comes in hand-made tri-fold card sleeve.

Limited edition of 50 copies.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BOLT039 Milieu Remodelled(CDr, Album) Boltfish Recordings BOLT039 UK 2007 Sell This Version
AD19 Milieu Remodelled [Expanded & Remastered](2xCDr, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Milieu Music AD19 US 2015 Sell This Version

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wfkroll

wfkroll

February 23, 2008

I was looking around on the Boltfish website and came across some reviews for this album. To say they were favorable would be accurate, although slightly backhanded. To say that the Milieu sound is a rip off of BOC is entirely missing the point, and to fault someone with the talent and willpower to churn out a great wealth of material, is downright strange. IMO "Remodelled" is a very nicely made and thought out album of melancholy electronics. The textures and moods that are represented on this, and for that matter all of the Milieu catalogue, are those of bewildering nostalgia. For me, listening to songs like "Auburn Morning Winds" brings up memories of childhood days spent at my grandparents in the Ohio countryside or the wondrous transformation of nature through the seasons. Just the fact that the song's textures and melodies can immediately conjure up such imagery speaks volumes alone. Maybe that is the BOC reference, the ability Milieu has for realizing such nostalgic thoughts, and burying them within the rhythms and melodies. Either way, this album is another beautiful collection of music in the already astounding Milieu catalogue. My hats off to you Mr. Grainger.