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Animal Collective- Water Curses EP (2008)

https://i0.wp.com/www.sonorama.net/archivo/2007/11/con_animal_collective.jpgAnimal Collective- Water Curses EP (2008)

The impending new output from the NYC Experimentalists (Experimentalists? Sure – they’re apparently trying to develop gene technology adequately enough so that good drummers can soon be created, but this time with normal IQ!). And very good it is too!

Water Curses, the new Animal Collective EP is scheduled for release in May 2008 on both compact disc and 12″ vinyl formats. Hurrah – there are 2 formats I can entirely ignore!!

The first three tracks were recorded during the band’s Strawberry Jam (album) sessions in January 2007 and were produced by Scott Colburn. The EP’s fourth and final track, “Seal Eyeing”, was recorded at Nicholas Vernhes’ Rare Book Room Studio in Brooklyn, New York. Vernhes was also charged with the mixing duties for all four tracks.

According to a press release issued by the band, Water Curses “find[s] Animal Collective exploring strange new waters.” I hope they’re good swimmers!!

According to a post on the Domino Records website:

All four tracks have a more stripped down feel than their recent work on Strawbery Jam. Opener ‘Water Curses’ mixes mixing carousel and calypso throwing unexpected rhythm up, down and sideways to produce the sound of a smile.

And ‘Street Flash’ is nearly seven minutes of spaced out hollers, electronics and lullabies that sounds like it’s made of honey.

‘Cobwebs’ is equally languid. Weaving itself around a defiant vocal mantra “I’m not going underground” and boosters of Gospel organ sounds like it’s imagining some new kind of space church for Al Green to conduct weddings until it slowly fades away into a sticky ether.

The EP’s final track takes the celestial feel into even more blissed-out states. ‘Seal Eyeing’ is the moment you realise watching vapour trails melt into the sky is not only the most constructive thing you can do, but the only real option that’s left.”

Tracklisting

1. Water Curses
2. Street Flash
3. Cobwebs
4. Seal Eyeing

Here she be;

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Mirrors

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March 15, 2008 Posted by | Animal Collective, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Animal Collective- Water Curses EP (2008)

https://i0.wp.com/www.sonorama.net/archivo/2007/11/con_animal_collective.jpgAnimal Collective- Water Curses EP (2008)

The impending new output from the NYC Experimentalists (Experimentalists? Sure – they’re apparently trying to develop gene technology adequately enough so that good drummers can soon be created, but this time with normal IQ!). And very good it is too!

Water Curses, the new Animal Collective EP is scheduled for release in May 2008 on both compact disc and 12″ vinyl formats. Hurrah – there are 2 formats I can entirely ignore!!

The first three tracks were recorded during the band’s Strawberry Jam (album) sessions in January 2007 and were produced by Scott Colburn. The EP’s fourth and final track, “Seal Eyeing”, was recorded at Nicholas Vernhes’ Rare Book Room Studio in Brooklyn, New York. Vernhes was also charged with the mixing duties for all four tracks.

According to a press release issued by the band, Water Curses “find[s] Animal Collective exploring strange new waters.” I hope they’re good swimmers!!

According to a post on the Domino Records website:

All four tracks have a more stripped down feel than their recent work on Strawbery Jam. Opener ‘Water Curses’ mixes mixing carousel and calypso throwing unexpected rhythm up, down and sideways to produce the sound of a smile.

And ‘Street Flash’ is nearly seven minutes of spaced out hollers, electronics and lullabies that sounds like it’s made of honey.

‘Cobwebs’ is equally languid. Weaving itself around a defiant vocal mantra “I’m not going underground” and boosters of Gospel organ sounds like it’s imagining some new kind of space church for Al Green to conduct weddings until it slowly fades away into a sticky ether.

The EP’s final track takes the celestial feel into even more blissed-out states. ‘Seal Eyeing’ is the moment you realise watching vapour trails melt into the sky is not only the most constructive thing you can do, but the only real option that’s left.”

Tracklisting

1. Water Curses
2. Street Flash
3. Cobwebs
4. Seal Eyeing

Here she be;

http://rapidshare

Mirrors

http://sharebee.com/d9361130

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=24NLQVQ0

March 15, 2008 Posted by | Animal Collective, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | Leave a comment