Floating Points ‎– Nuits Sonores / Nectarines

Label:
Eglo Records ‎– EGLO41
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Nuits Sonores 11:54
B Nectarines 6:26

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Credits

  • Mastered ByJonz*

Notes

Eglo Records Ltd 2014
Thanks to Rahel & Char

Repressed June 2020.

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
BPM:
A: 123
B: 118

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): EGL 041 A2 JONZ LOUD MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (B): EGL 041 B JONZ LOUD cut from tape MPO

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SirRob

SirRob

December 27, 2019
edited about 1 year ago

The vinyl quality on the A-side of 'Nuits Sonores' is quite modest, too bad, because the song is great
manicinventor

manicinventor

November 10, 2018
So when is that remaster of Nuits Sonores finally getting released?
jsmith_89

jsmith_89

January 19, 2016
Anyone else hearing Herbie Hancock - Nobu in Nuits Sonores?
Aequi

Aequi

July 4, 2015
edited over 6 years ago

The vinyl seems good, the vibe is great, but quality of the original mix is really terrible. It still remains highly enjoyable.
lemangedisque-rbx

lemangedisque-rbx

April 12, 2015

nuits sonores is one of the best track of 2014, very soulful and trippy, i love it how can someone says it's médiocre !!
Osmiumfunk

Osmiumfunk

February 12, 2015
I think when the buzz over how awesome 'Nuits Sonores' is once calms down, listeners actually will find that 'Nectarines' is the better track of this record. 'Nuit Sonores' is a hastily made jam stretched to a full song and comparing it to other works of Floating Points, it sounds very mediocre
oskarrough

oskarrough

January 25, 2015
On my version the first two minutes are just fine (and grainy) but around the breakdown mid-in the sound quality is really not good. Doesn't change the vibe though… great!
zwolle

zwolle

January 22, 2015
Great tunes but my vinyl just arrived and I agree the first few minutes sound terrible, very annoying.
lafleurdusoleil

lafleurdusoleil

January 16, 2015
Just got copy from Vinyl-Digital. I have nothing to complain about mastering. Some synths sounds harsh all over it, and some kicks on Side B - but from my point of view it's how things are in digital stuff these days. All these imitations and processing made me hate contemporary how-its-so-called-today deep house. It's never sound as tape, but simply out of any focus (I wont call it dull, as dull has something anyways). So even if it was recorded or cut from tape, all issues goes from "instruments". In other words I think this is how it was recorded, I don't think we can blaim John Dent here.