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Quadrupède - Togoban flac album Performer: Quadrupède
Title: Togoban
Style: Math Rock, Post Rock, Noise
Released: 2014
Country: Belgium
MP3 album: 1555 mb
FLAC album: 1254 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: RA AU AUD WAV AC3 APE DXD
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Listen to music from Quadrupède like Rhododendron, Intro - Beam Pool Mom & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Quadrupède. com/) is an electronic/math rock project of Jérémy Cabaret.

The album itself starts rather quiet with even some angels singing and some atmospheric music where you are thinking even as Pink Floyd. It makes you really wonder whether this effectively only a duo that you are listening because the music is so full that it is a wonder they can do this with two strongholds. With dissonant, complex infectious rhythms drag men Quadrupède us further through "Togoban" without losing themselves in meaningless grefriemel about over-complexity of the songs.

La nouveauté de la semaine : "ÅSTRØ" de Quadrupède, extrait de l'album Togoban, à sortir le 01/12 chez Black Basset Records. Côté chroniques, Gabi nous dresse le portrait de Finkielkraut. Monsieur Sai aborde, entre autres sujets d'actualité, le magnétisme terrestre.

On the release front, one highlight comes from Le Mans, France, in the form of Quadrupède’s stunning self-released album TOGOBAN. Sonically, this acrobatic two-piece are closest to the chiming-one-second, roaring-the-next technical riffs and frenetic electronics of Three Trapped Tigers. They create an awe-inspiring racket, cut through with deft, dynamic control of atmospherics. For a taster trip, try the album high-water mark, ÅSTRØ. Closer to home, Alright The Captain continue the theme of vaguely jazzy math-rock with their self-assured second self-releaser.

Tracklist

A1 Intro - Beam Pool Mom
A2 Mambo Pomelo
A3 Via Là
A4 Rhododendron
B1 Oblong Opale
B2 ÅSTRØ
B3 Adulthood

Notes

Limited Edition Of 300 Copies on ultraclear vinyl

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
QDRPD002 Quadrupède Togoban ‎(CD, Album) Black Basset Records QDRPD002 Belgium 2014
Comments: (1)
Ice_One_Guys
I dug this record out of a bargain bin. I briefly checked it out on iTunes on my phone (as you do) and I liked it. When I got it home I gave it a spin and I really liked it. It became my most listened to album for a good while. Then I realised I had been playing it at the wrong speed because I'm dumb.The weird thing is, it sounds great at both speeds. At the correct 45RPM, it's a really great math rock record. At 33RPM, it sounds more electronic for some reason. I dunno. Shut up.