|none||Flame 1||Fog / Shrine (2xFile, FLAC)||Pressure||none||2018|
supported by 188 fans who also own Fog, Shrine. perhaps not so innovative, given Burial's stylistic parameters, these tracks are more like a frolic, made of fragments who are like distant relatives, getting nowhere really, but still being enjoyable in their atmospheric anticipation. This is more so in the case of Nightmarket, which fits what I like to think of as lo-fi trance, as anticipated in a superb track like ashtray wasp, although with a beatless and more orchestral approach in this case. LL012 - Masaki Uchida - Xenolinguistics by Masaki Uchida.
The production qualities are second to none as you would expect,but the tracks don't really go anywhere,they don't tell a story,they are useful dj mixing tools at best. Would love to hear a ragga don or MC spit bars over the top and then I'd be happy. Reply Notify me 5 Helpful.
Complete your Flame 1 collection. referencing Fog, Shrine, 12", Single, PRESH01. The production qualities are second to none as you would expect,but the tracks don't really go anywhere,they don't tell a story,they are useful dj mixing tools at best.
Flame 1 should represent a big departure for everyone involved. Instead, it sounds like a natural combination. Later this month, Shrine 1 will release a new 12″ that’ll feature two tracks, Fog and Shrine. We can now hear Fog, and it’s a dark, minimal piece of atmospheric electronic music, one that doesn’t exactly qualify as dance. It’s hard to say which parts of the song come from which producers, but in it, you can hear both the desolate sadness of burial and the dub-reggae intensity of the Bug. Listen to it at the Quietus
Flame 1 (The Bug & Burial). Pressure Item No: 579349. Following on from The Bug’s recent sidewinding 12 s for Ninja Tune and a colossal album recorded with Earth, ‘Flame 1’ sees possibly Kevin Martin’s most soundsystem decimating collaboration yet rear its head by joining forces with the most elusive figure within the UK underground, Burial.
Fog rolls along at half-speed steppers tempo, submerged deep within the roots ‘n’ future aesthetic of The Bug‘s signature beats, yet perfectly balanced by Burial‘s hollowed out and haunted night vision. Shrine delves deeper inwards with the beats slowed to a crawl, the bassline hanging heavy in an atmosphere thick with smoke. 1. Fog. FLAME 1. 2. Shrine.