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Apparat - The Devil's Walk (2011)
Category: Electronic | Date: 31.08.2011 18:46
GENRE..... Electronic
STYLE.....  IDM, Downtempo
LABEL..... Mute
MODE ..... 320kbps / Joint-Stereo
COUNTRY... Germany

Apparat - The Devil's Walk (2011)

This is where I as the reviewer tell you as the listener to everything
you know about X, set it aflame and forget about it as this right here
and right now is different that anything the X has ever done. But no.
We can’t do that. Why? Because Sasha Ring aka Apparat (X) is not like
most other artists in that his wide, wide wanderings between techno and
IDM have brought him to the shores of many (many) genres. From his debut
Multifunktionsebene on his own (jointly helmed with with Marco Haas/T.
Raumschmiere) label Shitkatapult, to ‘07’s Walls and his more recent work
with !K7, Ring has always been a restless child. On The Devil’s Walk Ring
hits a cinematic line and will inexorably (again) bring the comparisons to
My Bloody Valentine—although I won’t be the poor sucker who makes ‘em? Hrmm.
However, there does seem to be a bit more of a cohesive narrative than we’ve
seen in past work, which if one must draw a comparison canters more alongside
Karin Dreijer via Fever Ray, minus the icy warp, than it does any ponies of
the shoogazing variety. Follow me? It’s a sober, high-energy, slow-moving
effort which certainly wins in the end in both the small moments and in the
large; the strings of “Soft Voices Die” are of as much import as the choir
of eunuchs (or sweet-tenored children) on the LP’s lead-out “Sweet Unrest.”
Past fans will be appeased and new converts multitudinous—their brains
immolated and hearts sucked into a space that is pleasurable to occupy, despite
its notable levels of melancholia.
 
Tracklist:
01. Sweet Unrest
02. Song Of Los
03. Black Water
04. Goodbye
05. Candil De La Calle
06. The Soft Voices Die
07. Escape
08. Ash / Black Veil
09. A Bang In The Void
10. Your House Is My World
 
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