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Acretongue - Strange Cargo (2011)
Category: ElectronicIndustrial, EBM, Electro | Date: 28.10.2011 04:03
GENRE..... Electronic
STYLE.....  Electro, Industrial
LABEL..... Mindbase / Dependent
MODE ..... VBRkbps / Joint-Stereo
REL.DATE... 10.27.2011
COUNTRY... South Africa

Acretongue - Strange Cargo (2011)

An Electro Highlight Of The Year! 
Acretongue Is The First Electronic Project We Know Of From South Africa And Despite The       
Associations One Might Have With Its Country Of Origin, "Strange Cargo" Is Bursting With      
Perfection, Starting With The Incredible Cover Art And Extending To The Dark, Hypnotic And    
Nonetheless Warmly Enveloping Music. 

Hailing From A Musical No-Man's-Land Between Mind.In.A.Box And Haujobb, Acretongue Have A     
Distinct Style All Their Own, Although Their Expensive, Complex Electronics May Remind        
Electro Connoisseurs Of Bygone Days And Bands Like Trauma, Violet Arcana, Clock Dva, Chris &  
Cosey And This Digital Ocean. While Still Commonplace In Techno, Ethereal Melodies Like This  
Are Sadly Difficult To Find These Days On Electro-Industrial Record. Acretongue's Complex,    
Slightly Melancholy Brand Of Electro, Free Of Heavy Percussion But Graced With Hypnotic,      
Dark Romantic Vocals, Marks A Welcome Return To A Nearly Forgotten Sound.

Thematically And Stylistically, Acretongue (A Name Borrowed By Solo Artists Nico J. From A    
Terry Pratchet Story) Explores Individuality; Those Inexplicable Parts Of Us That Make Us     
Individuals, That Drive Us Both To Irrational Acts But Also Inspire Us To Great New Heights.  
This Philosophy Is Reflected Not Only In The Album Artwork But Also In The Sound, Creating    
An Unusually Haunting Album With Exceptional Sound Design, A Welcome New Face On The Electro  
And Synthpop Landscape. Nico J. Has Spent Over Four Years Putting The Finishing Touches On    
His "Strange Cargo", But The Wait Has Been Worth It.
 
Tracklist:
01 Origin
02 Flowers In The Attic
03 Unspoken
04 These Soft Machines
05 Orphan's Affinity
06 Amber
07 Dragonfly (Version)
08 Riven
09 Strange Cargo
10 Oblivion
 
DOWNLOAD:
Acretongue-Strange_Cargo-2011-D2H
 



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