Ad

Release

Marketplace

9 For Sale from $3.76
Ad
Ad

Statistics

  • Have:103
  • Want:41
  • Avg Rating:4.65 / 5
  • Ratings:23
  • Last Sold:
  • Lowest:$1.00
  • Median:$3.87
  • Highest:$10.00

Videos (3)

Edit

Lists

    Ad

    DimliteThis Is Embracing

    Label:Sonar Kollektiv – SK124CD
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
    Style:Abstract, IDM, Hip Hop, Experimental, Future Jazz

    Tracklist

    1Locked5:04
    2Lullaby For Gastric Ulcer
    WoodwindM. Quitno*
    5:19
    3Outernational Duet
    FeaturingGaby Hernandez
    Vocals, Written-by [Vocals]G. Hernandez*
    5:06
    4130 Seconds Glimpse (Interlude)2:10
    5Hungeryears & Advanced Communication6:18
    6Oh Star… (Interlude)1:39
    7Sophisticated Youthpower
    FeaturingBuddy Leezle*
    Vocals, Written-by [Vocals]B. Leroy*
    4:39
    8Bougainvillea Chamber5:19
    9Cosmic Echoes In The Mockery Room3:08
    10The Way Blood Travels4:34
    11Stairway To The Good Shredder (TSE Intermission)1:52
    12Occasionally Touching Earth5:07
    13Now Walk6:47
    14Count Your Sunrises3:01
    15Es Gschänk0:23
    Ad

    Companies, etc.

    Credits

    Notes

    "Lullaby For Gastric Ulcer" contains portions of aborted song w/ Raphael Jakob

    Mastered at Calyx Mastering, Berlin

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 821730012428

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Recently Edited
    This Is Embracing (2×LP, Album)Sonar KollektivSK124LPGermany2006
    New Submission
    This Is Embracing (CD, Album, Promo, Cardboard Sleeve)Sonar KollektivSK124CDGermany2006

    Reviews

    scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    Edited 9 years ago
    Dimlite's THIS IS EMBRACING doesn't let the funk kick in on "Locked," but when it does, there's no turning back. The tracks here constantly morph and transform, lending itself to a journey. So the guitar stabs on "Lullaby For Gastric Ulcer" give way to a distorted soul voice accompanied by a double bass. But the gentle "Outernational Duet" has Gaby Hernandez's vocals unadorned and front-and-center. But he also has a love for the strange (and strangely funny) samples, usually conveniently situated at the start or end of a track. But he can do meditative guitar, as on "Bougainvillea Chamber," or hand-clap jams, as on "The Way Blood Travels," just as well. "Now Walk" starts with a percussive frenzy but emerges with a nice piano roll instead. You can really wrap your arms around this album.