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Androcell - Entheomythic - CDREC-22 [Celestial Dragon]

Celestial Dragon Records
Celestial Dragon Records

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Posted : Nov 13, 2010 19:22
http://www.arabesquedistribution.com//index.php?option=com_artistavenue&task=singleCd&id=2424&Itemid=99999999

Gunter
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Posted : Nov 13, 2010 19:26
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On 2010-11-12 10:56, liquidchill wrote:
i'm not a fan of indian samples and elements, it sounds like there is a good amount of them in this album, as compared to the 2 previous ones..however samples of synchromystic and dub gardens sound pretty good!



ha, a "negative" feedback, finally Tyler, you can be happy now
Chlorophil
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Posted : Nov 20, 2010 04:59
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Pete Pan
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Posted : Nov 20, 2010 20:19
Quality...I could use this aural medicine as I'm on my fourth week sober for the last 21 years. I'm glad you stuck with your style while still branching out. This whole rapidshare, torrent internet radio is killing it all but space ambient (which I love) but I needed some good ole androcell to even out this fucked up seesaw we're on staring into the giants eye that holds are sound at hostage bay.           Lobogistic labs
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V3NOM
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Posted : Nov 23, 2010 08:40
Can't wait to order this, money is already set aside. To bad I'll be overseas when it arrives, it would have made the perfect soundtrack to my 2 weeks in Malaysia over Xmas.

Whilst sometimes I think the early Androcell sound is quite generic, it does have it's own little quirky elements and it is much more organic than alot of other current psybient/psydub.

I love the track off Vital Sounds, very mature compared to the two albums already released. Been doing my bit to promote this release here in Australia, a lot of psy and non-psy friends are very interested           I hate you, you hate me, we are all so hap hap happy!
Androcell
Androcell

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Posted : Nov 23, 2010 21:43
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On 2010-11-23 08:40, V3NOM wrote:
Whilst sometimes I think the early Androcell sound is quite generic, it does have it's own little quirky elements and it is much more organic than alot of other current psybient/psydub.



If you think "the early Androcell sound is quite generic" then hopefully you listened to the samples before buying the new album.

I've taken generic music to new levels of boredom.








TechMonkey
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Posted : Nov 23, 2010 22:29
Oh nice! Missed that bit about the release date!
TechMonkey
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Posted : Nov 23, 2010 23:05
Too late to edit. Per Tyler:

A release date *placeholder* is looking like the 10th of December at certain shops, etc, BUT that could definitely change. The *official* release date has not been given to me yet.
O-I


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Posted : Nov 29, 2010 21:50
hehe , just found out I should get this early next week as a promo for review , if its any good I might donate a few squid as I was going to buy it anyway !
onionbrain
Onionbrain

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Posted : Dec 5, 2010 04:21
samples sounds good!

can't wait to hear the whole album..
good luck with this!
Androcell
Androcell

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Posted : Dec 10, 2010 18:26
New album is finally released!

Order the CD or digital download direct from me.

http://androcell.com/androcell_news.htm

E-mail: info (at) androcell (dot) com

Thanks!!
mattman


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Posted : Dec 10, 2010 22:24
By far the best Androcell album yet. These beats are fucking GROOVY
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McKennaDMT
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Posted : Dec 10, 2010 22:35
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On 2010-12-10 22:24, mattman wrote:
By far the best Androcell album yet. These beats are fucking GROOVY




Agree completely.
O-I


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Posted : Dec 11, 2010 01:41
yep, sounding good for me too, skipped through a few tracks whilst driving about today and pretty impressed, chunky groovy chillout with no cheese, just how I like it
herbivore
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Posted : Dec 13, 2010 07:09
Yes, what they say is true. This is a very good album. I think that in this type of music, a good album makes you question the very arbitrary genre definitions we use, and this is no exception. It has a lot of the qualities of "ambient" music, but the bass and drums groove hard on every track. Some of the tracks are obviously "chillout" songs, but there are also heavy dancefloor tunes with lots of driving energy. (My personal preference is still for the more mellow tunes, but the faster ones do help to build the case, as some other recent artists' work have, that "bass music" for the dancefloor can be powerfully psychedelic too.) And certainly many of the tunes are strongly based in classic dub ("Entheomythic" features a lot more of those skankin' reggae keyboard rhythms than previous albums), but this album doesn't just imitate the Jamaican music of the Seventies and Eighties but definitely takes the concepts of dub and logically applies them to electronic music in a way that few artists can pull off.

Speaking of dub, this album is really all about the bass. Androcell has always been a bass-heavy artist, but in this album the low end is even more prominent before. The real melodic emphasis in most of these songs is on the bass, with higher-register melodies complementing the hard bass grooves instead of the other way around (this is, of course, another concept from dub and reggae). The bass is heavy, thick, warm, and a bit growly, bouncing and rolling gently on some tunes and lurking or prowling ominously on others.

The deep atmospheres in these tracks range from uplifting (a familiar but welcome mode for Androcell) to a bit ominous (a sound we haven't heard much from this producer before, but a good one). Only a few of the songs really make heavy use of a prominent synth lead -- the lead melodies that aren't in the basslines are usually played on stringed instruments or appear in the form of vocals. This really adds to the organic feel of the album.

Chillout music is also heavily populated (and sometimes overrun) with Indian and Middle Eastern samples, but this album is a textbook example of how to use them properly. This is not a watered-down "world music" album like many we've heard, but obviously the work of someone who understands the theory behind Indian Classical music and can logically bridge the gap between that style and Western music.

I've only been listening to it for a few days, but I'd say this is easily Androcell's best album to date. It's also a strong contender for the best psychill album of 2010. It shouldn't be missed.
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