|Isolated From The Land|
|In The Swamp|
|Back To Understanding|
|Letting Go Of It All|
|NE21||Acronym||June (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Tra)||Northern Electronics||NE21||Sweden||2015|
|NE21, Northern Electronics 21||Acronym||June (2xLP, Album)||Northern Electronics, Northern Electronics||NE21, Northern Electronics 21||Sweden||2015|
|NE21||Acronym||June (9xFile, ALAC, Album)||Northern Electronics||NE21||Sweden||2015|
|NE21||Acronym||June (9xFile, FLAC, Album)||Northern Electronics||NE21||Sweden||2015|
Acronym - June There's a lingering misconception that electronic music is difficult to talk about in a meaningful way. Discerning specific emotions in a house or techno track can be tough, as their expression is often less obvious than, say, pop or rock. I'm still trying to figure out the moods on June, Acronym's latest album for Northern Electronics. As of now, I think it's the most positive-sounding record I've heard in a long time, stacked with bright, highly affecting sounds from start to finish. It's an interesting twist-this brand of deep techno is generally considered darker than most other styles, and rightfully so.
June by Acronym, released 06 July 2015 1. Isolated From the Land 2. In the Swamp 3. No Exit 4. Humid Zone 5. Centering 6. Realisation 7. Back to Understanding 8. The Eye 9. Letting Go of it All NOTICE: Vinyl shipped July 3r. Guillaume Sautière This LP sums up all the work Acronym did in his last few EPs, and if that sounds like he is repeating himself, it is absolutely not the case. This LP is an absolute masterpiece, the sulfuric ambient of the first tracks introduces perfectly to the acidic kicks of centering and Realisation.
Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Acronym collection. I listened to this album again last night after have been giving it a pause for a couple of weeks. Such a powerful, moving and beautiful album! I listed "June" as the best album of 2015 and last nights listening didn't change the way I feel about "June". It's a classic that will work just as well in 2036 as it does right here, in 2016. Reply Notify me 3 Helpful.
Even though the whole project doesn't manages the virtuosity and versatility as a majestic album effectively does, the overall feeling was succesfully positive on me. 1mo. 81. During his short duration, this Swede has garnered a reputation for his patient approach to techno. Much like Terrence Dixon or Peter M. Kersten, this producer truly allows the listener to slowly wade into this album and the further you go in the more dense it gets. A great debut and another great product by Northen Electronics.
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LP4 is the fourth studio album by Ratatat, released on June 8, 2010. The name comes from the acronym for long play (LP), as it is their fourth album. It is similarly titled to their third release, LP3. A majority of the tracks are from the same studio session as their previous album. The album largely features material produced during the session of Ratatat's previous album LP3, recorded at Old Soul Studios in New York City.
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