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Three Songs - Lakker - Tundra (CDr, Album)

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  1. Following Containing A Thousand and the Mountain Divide EP, their pair of sublime releases for the label, Lakker now deliver their debut album Tundra, perfectly in line with R&S’s techno heritage whilst also taking in influence and inspiration from the varied likes of No U-Turn Records, the choral music of Arvo Part, Merzbow, early Human League, and raw ethnic music.
  2. The way that Lakker mould their sounds in creating vistas of light, shade and form is definitely ambitious, but the most prominent thing you notice with Tundra is their use and treatment of the human voice: sampling choir sounds, Inuit throat singers and the group Silver Kites. Throughout the album you can hear ghostly drift of female choral.
  3. May 08,  · To be honest every track here is a highlight. The barely controlled aggression of the notes in “ Pylon ” and its clicked up beats. The understated menace and melodic chimes of “ Oktavist.”The hissing, percussive syncopation of “ Herald.”With Tundra, Lakker prove once again that they can continually achieve that oh-so-difficult task in modern electronic music - a sound that’s all.
  4. Tundra Remixed by Lakker, released 14 August 1. Oktavist (Mark Fell remix) 2. Mountain Divide (Spaces remix) 3. Three Songs (Kyoka remix) 4. Pylon (Primitive World remix) 5. Milch (Lahun remix) 6. Halite (Eomac remix) 7. Ton'Neru (Arad remix) 8. Milch (Acid Mondays remix).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the White Black Splattered Vinyl release of Tundra on Discogs. Label: R & S Records - RS LP • Format: 2x, Vinyl 12 Lakker - Tundra (, White Black Splattered, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(67).
  6. Tundra by Lakker, released 1. Echtrae 2. Milch 3. Mountain Divide 4. Three Songs 5. Ton'neru 6. Halite 7. Tundra 8. Pylon 9. Oktavist Herald.
  7. May 20,  · Tundra, Lakker's second album in a decade, delves into treated vocals, ground up and looped in with all kinds of noise. The Dublin electronic duo weave voices in the style of sacred music into.

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