Rival Consoles - Howl download album
Howl by Rival Consoles, released 16 October 2015 1. Howl 2. Ghosting 3. Afterglow 4. Pre 5. Walls 6. Low 7. 3 Laments 8. Morning Vox 9. Looming Foremost a guitarist, growing up listening to rock rather than club music, West continues to strive towards finding a more personal balance between music for home listening and larger spaces. The title track was inspired by the howl-like tones he developed by running synths through guitar pedals.
Rival Consoles - Howl. by finetunes Electronic. Play now. Rival Consoles - Ghosting. Rival Consoles - Afterglow. Rival Consoles - Pre. by Bedroom Vibes. Rival Consoles - Walls. Rival Consoles - Low. Rival Consoles - 3 Laments. Rival Consoles - Morning Vox.
Complete your Rival Consoles collection. Erased Tapes Records. Howl (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Red).
Howl' is the new album by Rival Consoles, London-based electronic producer Ryan Lee West, set for release through Erased Tapes on 16th October 2015. Rival Consoles scuttles and murmurs magnificently" – Spin. The album explores a wide range of emotions; from the dissonance eruptions and primal rhythms in 'Howl', to the mournful improvisations of '3 Laments', which features a sample of his own voice. Alongside his performances on Moog, Prophet, tape delay and guitar, West enlisted the help of drummer Fabian Prynn for ‘Low’ and cellist Peter Gregson for ‘Walls’, both long-time collaborators of Erased Tapes peers Douglas Dare and Michael Price.
He eschews samples on this album, playing all of the instruments by himself, with the exception of a few contributions by guest musicians. The tracks with steady dance beats are hazy, intricately detailed techno along the lines of Jon Hopkins or Max Cooper, with the galloping beats and gliding guitar of "Howl" setting the stage for the rest of the album.
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Released October 16, 2015.
Rival Consoles – Howl. Erased Tapes) UK release date: 16 October 2015. by Steven Johnson first published: 22 Oct 2015 in Albums. Leaving the name aside, what isn’t in doubt is the versatility of the album – it’s a piece of work equally at home in darkened club environments or inside headphones, soundtracking and improving regular daytime experiences. The opening title track reveals the emphasis on texture that grows throughout the album, the low-lying drive of the beats contrasting with the falling motifs and friction of the bass. It swoops and reverberates, fuelled by the energy of the night. Ghosting moves in grittier directions, all bass distortions, esoteric forms and darker tones.
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