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Pedestrian Deposit - Damsel album

Pedestrian Deposit - Damsel album
Performer: Pedestrian Deposit
Title: Damsel
Genre: Electronic
Style:Noise
Released: 2004
MP3 album szie: 1355 mb
FLAC album size: 1421 mb

Dyers' Hands by Pedestrian Deposit, released 19 March 2019 1. Crow Theory 2. What Can't Be Given 3. Auger 4. What Can't Be Taken 5. Beneath The Salt. by Pedestrian Deposit. supported by. Roman Bernhard Eppstein. Full Digital Discography.

November 25, 2017 ·. nothing new on our part, really. we are laying low for the rest of the year to finish work on our next album, and plot the next year of our activity. however, if you know us, you also probably know that we are heavily active as board members/curators at coaxial arts foundation in downtown los angeles, one of the most diverse art spaces currently active in the city. please consider donating to help sustain the space.

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Topic: Pedestrian Deposit (Read 8502 times). 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. Posts: 276. Pedestrian Deposit. on: December 30, 2011, 10:24:40 AM . Just returned to Fatale (Hanson/Hospital, 2006) for the first time in years, was heavily into this when it came out and i think it still holds up pretty damn well. Worth picking up? Logged.

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Tracklist

A Near 10:13
B Lilium 10:15

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Lungmotor Studio

Notes

Recorded April 2003 at Lungmotor Studio.
Initial run of 50 copies; permanently available as of September 2010.
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A tape with a lot of crunch! The frequencies are very heavy on the mid-range and that DOD Death Metal Distortion sound that was prevalent in the early to mid 2000s. This material is far heavier on the relentless distortion/feedback style rather than the period of carefully constructed cut-up noise. In fact there is no cut-up style at all, just pure distortion and feedback bliss. A strong tape which clarifies Borges' involvement in the Black Air project.