Pantha Du Prince ‎– The Triad

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RTRADLP793 Pantha Du Prince The Triad(2xLP, Album) Rough Trade RTRADLP793 UK 2016 Sell This Version
RTRADDA793 Pantha Du Prince The Triad(10xFile, FLAC, Album) Rough Trade RTRADDA793 Europe 2016
RTRADCD793 Pantha Du Prince The Triad(CD, Album) Rough Trade RTRADCD793 UK 2016 Sell This Version
RTRADCD793 Pantha Du Prince The Triad(CD, Album, RP) Rough Trade RTRADCD793 UK 2016 Sell This Version
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daFigz

daFigz

June 14, 2018
referencing The Triad, CD, Album, RP, RTRADCD793

The opener, 'Winter Hymn' hooked me... The ensuing tracks, by in large, forced me to spit out the lure. Frankly, I was hoping for more from Weber. So, for me, a tad too samey same.
Brummund

Brummund

October 12, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
referencing The Triad, 2xLP, Album, RTRADLP793
Well, this was a dud. Excessive distortion in right channel on sides B, C and D about halfway in.... Returning the album to the store tomorrow. Love the music, though!
scoundrel

scoundrel

September 23, 2016
referencing The Triad, CD, Album, RTRADCD793

I was curious to see where Pantha Du Prince would go next after his ringing collaboration with The Bell Laboratory, and with THE TRIAD, we have an answer. This album seems more of a continuation of BLACK NOISE, as the vocals hover amongst the ice crystals forming around "Winter Hymn." The bell tones enter with "You What? Euphoria!" and "Frau Im Mond, Sterne Laufen," but in both cases, they quickly give way to the main themes of the individual tracks. "In an Open Space" sees them playing more with layered vocal textures, courtesy of their collaboration with Queens, but "Chasing Vapour Trails" brings back the heavier bassline and "Dream Yourself Awake" the floating iciness. Meanwhile, "Lions Love" shifts into more post-rock territory with its sustained guitars, which seems to lead into the dreamy "Wallflowers for Pale Saints." A subtle shift for Pantha du Prince, but a rewarding one nonetheless.