Ruxpin ‎– Where Do We Float From Here?

n5MD ‎– CATMD175
CDr, Album


1 I Saw Her Standing There 4:13
2 Her Body Smells Of Cinnamon 3:49
3 We All Carry Our Ghosts 0:59
4 Chasing Dandelions 3:22
5 Those Angel Wings Look Comfortable 4:25
6 My Tricycle Can Float From Planet To Planet 3:26
7 She Danced The Waltz 1:58
8 Where The Wild Things Are 3:50
9 She Played This Song For Me When I Was Five 2:46
10 I Noticed You Hovering Above Me 4:14
11 The View Looks Good From Up Here 1:07
12 Underwater Playground (Starfishes Are Invited) 3:26
13 The Boy Who Gazed At The Eclipse 3:45
14 Who Did You See In The Mist? 3:42
15 A Sunrise (And They Turned Into Stones) 5:03
16 Now I Turn To You 4:06

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p)n5Music



© Gudmundsson ℗ n5Music (BMI) 2009

Packaging: digisleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 702224117525
  • Matrix / Runout: MUA2045
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EN49 Ruxpin Where Do We Float From Here?(15xFile, MP3, Album, 320) En:peg Digital EN49 US 2009
EN49 Ruxpin Where Do We Float From Here?(16xFile, FLAC, Album) En:peg Digital EN49 US 2009
CATMD175 Ruxpin Where Do We Float From Here?(CD, Album) n5MD CATMD175 US 2009 Sell This Version



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September 25, 2010
Ruxpin's kaleidoscopic broken beats and synth fueled, seemingly random but perfectly arranged, complex patterns pretty much define the sound of IDM today. Whether you were the follower of the genre since the early works of Aphex Twin and Autechre or continue to satisfy your jonesing trip for experimental electronica with sounds from Hecq and Access To Arasaka, Jonas Thor Gudmundsson's entry into the family of n5MD as Ruxpin will surely get your ears pricked. And pricked you'll get... Solid micro-programmed percussion, 303 acid lines and hallucinogenic passages awake the mind during its somber sleep and send the neurons firing across the entire surface of the mushy matter under the skull. Where Do We Float From Here? is Gudmundsson's sixth full length record. This Icelandic producer released his debut, Radio on Uni:form Recordings back in 1999, followed by two more albums, Midnight Drive (2000) and Avalon (2003) on Elektrolux. Check out his full discography - you have a lot to catch up to! With this latest release, Ruxpin is gathering quiet a following from the public, demanding the album's original appearance as a download on n5MD's digital imprint Enpeg to be re-released as a physical CD. Be sure to also pick up a remix companion, I Wonder If This Is the Place available as a free download via n5MD's Bandcamp page. Fans of playful sounds from Luke Vibert, Ceephax, Plaid and Richard Devine will enjoy this hidden gem!