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Butterflies
MEA 020
19 Sep 16
Ambient/Drone
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Hived - (3:46) 88 BPM
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Butterflies - (3:55) 156 BPM
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Diamond Toes - (4:19) 152 BPM
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Winged Paulsy - (5:31) 92 BPM
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Sparkle Toast - (5:06) 136 BPM
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They Did It - (1:17) 160 BPM
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Drips - (4:58) 121 BPM
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A Tidal Haven - (1:21) 99 BPM
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Lizards - (4:59) 141 BPM
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NYC - Overhead Train - (0:50) 150 BPM
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Don't Tell Me What To Do - (3:57) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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The Program - (3:48) 154 BPM
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Review: Former Evangelista member Dominic Cramp first made waves as Lord Tang with 2012's Hello, an eccentric but inspired debut album of quirky electronica on Gigante Sound. Butterflies is his first album since, following a couple of dub influenced 12" singles, and contains 12 more hard-to-pigeonhole explorations. Occasionally dreamy, sometimes sparse, and often odd, Cramp's tracks draw influence from many styles and artists - experimental electronica, drone, dub, Autechre, the Radiophonic Workshop, grime, Chris Watson style field recordings and deep space ambient - but always sound distinctive. This spacey, weird and trippy sound soup more often than not results in thrilling music, making Butterflies an exciting proposition.
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