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TVK46Marc Broude Rites Of Zen ‎(File, MP3)TVK NetlabelTVK46Australia2011
Siro201Marc Broude Rites Of Zen ‎(File, MP3, Album, 320)Sirona-RecordsSiro201France2011

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Marc Broude - Rites Of Zen 2009. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Drone Ambient. Marc Broude. Songs in album Marc Broude - Rites Of Zen 2009. Marc Broude - Rites Of Zen. Band Name Marc Broude. Album Name Rites of Zen. Type Album. Released date 2009. Labels No Zen Records. Music StyleIndustrial Metal. Members owning this album0. Rites of Zen. Total playing time. Listen to Rites Of Zen from Marc Broude's Rites of Zen for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar Cohn is the self-titled debut studio album released in 1991 by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn. The album peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard 200 Chart. It was RIAA certified gold in 1992 and was certified platinum in 1996. The album is known for the hit single Walking in Memphis. Following the release of the album, Cohn won the 1992 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Track 9 written by Willie Dixon all other tracks written by Marc Cohn. Don Alias percussion 3, chimes 5. Rites of Zen Marc Broude. This album has an average beat per minute of 63 BPM slowestfastest tempos: 6363 BPM. Tracklist Rites of Zen. 63 BPM. Recent albums by Marc Broude. We are the largest database of beats per minutes in the world. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs. Top Songs. See a detailed Marc Broude timeline, with an inside look at his albums & more through the years. Much of the album consists of gentle gestures and background activity, barely brash enough to even cause slight jumps in the waveform. It is here that Broude plays capturer and not composer or at least creates the illusion of this, delicately applying distant rustles of movement, whispered voices and ominous low-intensity winds. Disc IDs. Digital Media 1. writer: Marc Broude track 1. recording of: Rites of Zen track 1. download for free and stream for free. Additional details. Type: Album. Packaging: None. Marc Broude born August 23, 1984 is an American musician whose work encompasses experimental music, noise, musique concrète, industrial, psychedelic and punk. Broude began in 2005 while living in a collective of musicians, artists, and squatters in Chicago, Illinois. In 2006 Broude formed the Crust punk band Ed Gein Motherfucker and the black metal group Zog. Zog consisted of Broude on bass and vocals, Chris Anderson and Eric Sepata on guitars, and Danny Cortez on drums and vocals the band released. Rites Of Zen. by Marc Broude. Audio CD. Sequences, Marc Broude Split CD. by Various Artists

Download Marc Broude - Rites Of Zen
Performer:
Marc Broude
Title:
Rites Of Zen
MP3 size:
2250 mb
FLAC size:
2736 mb
WMA size:
1818 mb
Country:
US
Released:
2009
Label:
No Zen Records
Style:
Field Recording, Drone, Therapy, Ethereal, Dark Ambient, Experimental
Rating:
4.1
Catalog №:
NZR-01
Musical Aura Island
It is slightly absurd that Dark Ambient is still looked down upon by the so-called intellectual elite, while drone-related releases are held in the highest esteem. Both deal with the unspoken, the undefined and the space between words. Both concentrate on sound and leave a lot of the typical focal points of Western music (melody and harmonic progression) to the listener’s imagination. And both use a lot of the same elements to achieve these aims. Marc Broude is one of those few artists who have managed to bridge the mental divide between the two genres and “Rites of Zen” is a breath of fresh air to both.

Maybe it even comes down to your personal perspective, where you are going to file this – if you really need to: Deep, brooding washes of sound, become almost inaudible as weightless melodic motives, sinister and disembodied analogue stabs as well as disrupted fragments of speech from close-up melt together seamlessly, rocking the music like the pendulum of an old clockwork-Depending on your mood, you can allow this to guide you down the stairway to hell or lift you to a open, psychedelic sphere inside a dense cluster of ominous thunderclouds. The ambiguity does “Rites of Zen” a lot of good, which had been announced as “Just dark...”, but in fact has a lot more shades of black to offer. An inert bass pounds relentlessly underneath a subtlety charged electrosphere, while only partially decipherable human voices echoes in and out of conscience. There is a faint, high and discarnate sound hovering above, like the wind tearing at a flag pole at midnight. Tightly crafted, but relatively unsurprising this menacing hymn marches on, until a cut-up sample, reminiscent of a winching shellac recording of some romantic 40s movie lifts the veil and takes everything to a much brighter and hopeful galaxy.

Having released exclusively on his own “No Zen Records” label, rising from an unknown tape-artist to a hot insider-tip. With “Rites of Zen” he has hit a temporary ceiling, which will surely be explored further on future releases. Even if the press continue to label him as “Dark Ambient”, it would be plainly absurd to look down on this genuinely unique stylistic mix.

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Umrdana
A seventy two minute ghostly death rattle. is anybody in portland oregan not making little bombs of musical orgasm? beginning to think the whole population’s in a goddam band. no doubt this fella when not jiggering about with oscillators and low frequency military weapons, he’s shooting pool with smegma at liz harris’ house. anyway this shit does the same thing lustmord does at his unsettling quietest; manages to be somehow almost not there, yet at the same time make noise like gravity pressing down on every atom in yr misshapen flesh sack. it’s the sound of deep space loneliness or the blackest ocean floor. it’s the sound of ghost towns and a breeze blowing through abandoned factories. y’dig my lazy metaphors? hmmm. influenced by david lynch. and i suppose there is someting of the background tension drone and the industrial hum of eraserhead here. anyway it’s likely to divide. me? i love it. but then zoetrope is one of my favourite things. listen yrself.

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