Hibernation ‎– Second Nature

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Interchill Records ‎– ICHILL CD 045
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1 My Executive Prism 1:27
2 Plastics
Guitar – Seb Taylor*Vocals – Natasha Chamberlain
5:09
3 Unknown Elements 5:48
4 Bartok 100
Guitar – Seb Taylor*
5:45
5 The Fallen Sound
Bass [Fender Precision] – Seb Taylor*
5:28
6 Knowledge And Spirit 6:33
7 Dreamstep 6:09
8 Wabi Sabi 5:29
9 The Uncarved Block
Bass [Fender Precision] – Seb Taylor*Bass [Upright] – Riad AbjiTrumpet [Mute] – Vicky FlintVocals – Natasha Chamberlain
4:35
10 Lysenkos Plan 5:40
11 Catch A Glimpse
Vocals – Natasha Chamberlain
6:09
12 Taking Shape
Vocals – Natasha Chamberlain
6:29
13 Sunlight 1:21
14 A Consequence Of Culture
Guitar – Seb Taylor*
5:36

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  • Barcode: 884501798747

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ICHILL CD 045 Hibernation Second Nature(14xFile, FLAC, Album) Interchill Records ICHILL CD 045 Canada 2012

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CosmicPie

CosmicPie

March 4, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
I agree with councilof9, this is some of the best psychill/experimental I've heard. It's one of those albums you can listen to over and over because it's so genre expansive and satisfying... even when I'm not listening to it I'm thinking about listening to it. Hibernation is that good. Get his other album "Some things Never Change" along with the two Eps "The Perpetual Light" and "The Singularity" because they're equally incredible.
councilof9

councilof9

January 16, 2013
After the amazing debut "Some Things Never Change" on Aleph Zero, Seb Taylor (aka Hibernation, Kaya Project, Shakta...) switched on canadian Interchill records for his second album. And what an amazing stuff this is. Already known for his brilliant arrangements and heavy amount of live recorded acoustic instruments, "Second Nature" is at the moment best psychedelic chill out this world has to offer. There are no "usual" tracks here, because Seb really likes to experiment with styles and tempos, so here we have pretty much everything from (psy)jazz to breaks and dubstep. I won't go through tracks because each time i've listened it from beginning to end and it is a compact and rewarding listening experience. Album comes in CD digipak and features amazing artwork by Andy Android. Highest recommendation!