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Titolo:
Elaenia
Interprete:
Floating Points
Stile:
Contemporary Jazz, House
Rilasciato:
06 Nov 2015
Numero di catalogo:
FPCD01
Paese:
UK
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1186 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2356 mb
Etichetta:
Pluto

Tracklist


1For Marmish
Cello – Joe ZeitlinDrums – Leo TaylorGuitar – Alex ReeveViola – Matthew KettleViolin – Edward Brenton, Qian Wu
5:46
2Thin Air3:59
3Nespole5:08
4Silhouettes (I, II & III)
Bass – Susumu MukaiCello – Joe ZeitlinDrums – Tom SkinnerViola – Matthew KettleViolin – Edward Brenton, Qian WuVoice – Rahel Debebe-Dessalegne
10:42
5Argenté4:34
6Elaenia7:14
7Peroration Six
Bass – Susumu MukaiCello – Joe ZeitlinDrums – Leo TaylorGuitar – Alex ReeveViola – Matthew KettleViolin – Edward Brenton, Qian Wu
5:05


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FPLP01Floating Points Elaenia ‎(LP, Album)Pluto FPLP01UK2015
BRC-487Floating Points Elaenia ‎(CD, Album)Pluto , Beat RecordsBRC-487Japan2015
PODCD0816Floating Points Elaenia ‎(CD, Album)Pluto , PodPODCD0816Australia & New Zealand2015
LB0085LPFloating Points Elaenia ‎(LP, Album)Pluto , Luaka BopLB0085LPUS2015
FPLP01Floating Points Elaenia ‎(LP, Album + CDr, Mixed)Pluto FPLP01UK2015


Crediti


  • ArtworkSS
  • DesignMatthew Cooper
  • Mastered ByJohn Dent
  • Photography ByJason Evans
  • Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed BySam Shepherd
  • ArtworkSS
  • DesignMatthew Cooper
  • Mastered ByJohn Dent
  • Photography ByJason Evans
  • Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed BySam Shepherd


Note


Issued in a two-panel cardboard sleeve.


Codici a barre


  • Barcode: 5 053760 018162
  • Label Code: LC 50496


Aziende


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pluto
  • Copyright (c) – Pluto
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH


Video



Album


Sopwith Camel - Fozon from the album YAORcht Rock out now via Festival. Total votes: 2. Elaenia's title track was named when Shepherd experienced a dream. Other albums by Floating Points. Listen free to Floating Points Elaenia Nespole, Silhouettes I, II & III and more. by David Sackllah. Elaenia' is taken from the debut album 'Elaenia', out now on Pluto in the UK, ROW, Luaka Bop in N&S America, Inertia. Steve Reich - Electric Counterpoint - Fast Movement 3 from the album AOR Breaks out now via Festival. Floating Points - Peroration Six. Floating Points - Elaenia 2015. Elaenia is the debut studio album by British electronic musician Sam Shepherd, released under his alias Floating Points on 6 November 2015 by Shepherd's own Pluto label and Luaka Bop. Silhouettes l, ll, lll 3. Thin Air 6. Shepherd had originally conceived the album to contain only one track but was advised against the idea and eventually cut the music into seven songs. Shepherd created the artwork for the album by connecting fibre-optic cables to a home made harmonograph. Floating Points Elaenia. For Marmish 7. Following the example of Four Tets excellent There Is Love in You, Shepherd has broken away from the dance floor to craft a confident and fulfilling electronic record meant to be enjoyed in quieter spaces. Listen album. Electronic Ambient Experimental. To favorites 2 Download album. Elaenia is the debut studio album by British electronic musician Sam Shepherd, released under his alias Floating Points on 6 November 2015 by Shepherd's own Pluto label and Luaka Bop. Elaenia 4. Deep House UK Funky. Album 2015 8 Songs. Hugh Cornwell - Hot Can On A Tin Roof from the album The Fall And Rise Of Hugh Cornwell out now via Invisible Hands. Sorry, something went wrong. An album that draws inspiration from classical, jazz, electronic music, soul and even Brazilian popular music, Elaenia - named after the bird of the same name - is the epitome of the forward-thinking Floating Points vision in 2015. 7 tracks 42:28. Shepherd is typically thought of as a producer and DJ, but Elaenia finds him refining his strengths as a composer. Strings and horns embellish his electronic templates, while live drumming offers a spontaneous energy that breathes life into Shepherds work. Elaenia' is taken from the debut album 'Elaenia', out now on Pluto in the UK, ROW, Luaka Bop in N&S America, Inertia. Argente 5. Julien Marchal from the album Hypermoment out now via Monkeytown. Nespole 2. Elaenia's title track was named when Shepherd experienced a dream. Floating Points. With its vintage synthesizers, live drums, orchestral passages, and winding, improvisatory song structures, the album feels less like an outgrowth of contemporary dance music than the work of someone like Herbie Hancock, whose retro-futurisitc explorations broke ground in part by defying categorization. Peroration Six Elaenia is a dazzling score which puts Shepherd in the spotlight as a composer who has produced an album that bridges the gap between his rapturous dance music and formative classical roots that draws upon everything Shepherd has done to date. Floating Points - Elaenia from the album Elaenia out now via Pluto. on November 04, 2015, 12:01am. Experimental UK Garage. Robot Koch - Care ft. Elaenia by Floating Points, released 26 January 2017 1

Recensioni:
  • Wyameluna
The rave around this release is without basis, I can not hear something original in here as this sounds just like a kind of pop-ish mating between 90's Pete Namlook for the house-ambient parts and The Cinematic Orchestra for the jazzy parts.
  • INwhite
Taking "Argenté" as a coincidental point of reference, I assume that one must perhaps cherish and relate with nostalgia to the universes of "Blade Runner" and "Mass Effect" in order to appreciate it. This then literally fades into "Thin Air", with delicate grooves appearing. Also, why is it necessary to pit all of these artists against each other?
  • Nenayally
Unimpressive. Really don't understand just what the hype is about. We've seen much more convincing examples of jazz-influenced electronics, Cobblestone Jazz or Jan Jelinek, just to name a few. Considering all the hype, to me this release is extremely overrated.
  • Tisicai
Comparing Floating Points with Cobblestone Jazz is like comparing David Beckham's brain (Cobblestone.. ) with Einstein's.
  • shustrik
I must be very very unlucky, side B plenty of clicks and pops, c'mon what's wrong with pressing quality these days..... The release is simply spectacular!
  • Samutilar
Same here, love the album but both sides clicks and pops etc... Optimal let me down on this one, and Kuiper too. No pressing plant can do it right 100% of the time though I guess.
  • The Sphinx of Driz
Aren't all copies 180 gr?
  • Opilar
The live drums seem lost in the mix - or poorly recorded - to me.
  • Brariel
Are you kidding? The drums were recorded excellently. Dynamic and punchy, especially the kick drum (which isn't something you hear often in modern music), subtle when they need to be, loud and lively in other passages. On a track like "For Marmish", it seems like they're meant to be in the distant background of the track, meshing with the electronic beat without clashing in any way. In the last track, they sound excellent and crisp, and get appropriately louder as the song progresses. The overall timbre of the drums fits the mood of the album perfectly too. This is how drums should be recorded.Granted I don't know how the vinyl sounds, if that's what your referring to.
  • adventure time
The rave around this release is without basis, I can not hear something original in here as this sounds just like a kind of pop-ish mating between 90's Pete Namlook for the house-ambient parts and The Cinematic Orchestra for the jazzy parts.
  • Jake
Taking "Argenté" as a coincidental point of reference, I assume that one must perhaps cherish and relate with nostalgia to the universes of "Blade Runner" and "Mass Effect" in order to appreciate it. This then literally fades into "Thin Air", with delicate grooves appearing. Also, why is it necessary to pit all of these artists against each other?
  • Keth
Unimpressive. Really don't understand just what the hype is about. We've seen much more convincing examples of jazz-influenced electronics, Cobblestone Jazz or Jan Jelinek, just to name a few. Considering all the hype, to me this release is extremely overrated.
  • Yozshubei
Comparing Floating Points with Cobblestone Jazz is like comparing David Beckham's brain (Cobblestone.. ) with Einstein's.
  • Dranar
I must be very very unlucky, side B plenty of clicks and pops, c'mon what's wrong with pressing quality these days..... The release is simply spectacular!
  • Dori
Same here, love the album but both sides clicks and pops etc... Optimal let me down on this one, and Kuiper too. No pressing plant can do it right 100% of the time though I guess.
  • Iaiastta
Aren't all copies 180 gr?
  • Scoreboard Bleeding
The live drums seem lost in the mix - or poorly recorded - to me.
  • Bradeya
Are you kidding? The drums were recorded excellently. Dynamic and punchy, especially the kick drum (which isn't something you hear often in modern music), subtle when they need to be, loud and lively in other passages. On a track like "For Marmish", it seems like they're meant to be in the distant background of the track, meshing with the electronic beat without clashing in any way. In the last track, they sound excellent and crisp, and get appropriately louder as the song progresses. The overall timbre of the drums fits the mood of the album perfectly too. This is how drums should be recorded.Granted I don't know how the vinyl sounds, if that's what your referring to.