Laurel Halo - Hour Logic flac album
Title: Hour Logic
Style: Breakbeat, Abstract, Synth-pop, Experimental, Ambient
MP3 album: 1775 mb
FLAC album: 1117 mb
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Quarantine is the debut album by American electronic musician Laurel Halo, released in 2012 on the Hyperdub label. It received acclaim from critics, and was named release of the year by British magazine The Wire. Halo recorded Quarantine between July 2011 and February 2012 primarily in her home studio, with some instrument tracks also recorded in London. She made over thirty demos, eighteen of which were deleted
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Album: Hour Logic EP. Released: 2011. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: March 5, 2019 - Laurel Halo – DJ-Kicks (2019). July 10, 2018 - Laurel Halo – Raw Silk Uncut Wood (2018). June 22, 2017 - Laurel Halo – Dust (2017).
Laurel Anne Chartow (born June 3, 1985), known professionally as Laurel Halo, is an American electronic musician currently based in Berlin, Germany. She released her debut album Quarantine on Hyperdub in 2012 to critical acclaim; it was named album of the year by The Wire. She followed with studio albums Chance of Rain (2013) and Dust (2017), as well as various EPs and the mini-album Raw Silk Uncut Wood (2018).
Laurel Halo returns with Hour Logic, a new 12 EP on Hippos in Tanks set for a June 21st release. Hour Logic marks a stylistic evolution in Halo, a result of her sharpened production skills and alchemical acumen; drawing inspiration from pacific IDM, ambient and the techno of her native Michigan, the pop structures of King Felix have morphed into fleeting, mutant grooves, in which her warm vocals, interlocking arrangements and hyper real ambience continue to shine.
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- Copyright (c) – Endless Echo
- Written-By – Laurel Anne Chartow
NotesCopyright: 2011 Endless Echo
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