Burial - Street Halo album FLAC
Six track Japanese release combining Street Halo and Kindred Released for the Japanese Market with Obi Strip. Please note this is cd only - no digital download. ships out within 5 days. supported by 6 fans who also own Street Halo, Kindred Japanese CD. I'm speechless. Never has an album made me cry. All I can say is thank you. Evan Adams.
Street Halo" is the closest Burial has come yet to the straighter cadence of house and techno, with shuffling hi-hats and a crunchy handclap/fingersnap sound accentuating the 4/4 pulse; the middling tempo backs off dubstep's quick snap and eases into a relaxed, rolling house groove. The backbeat bassline even recalls, however unconsciously, Ricardo Villalobos' "Dexter", which isn't necessarily as absurd as it sounds: Both artists have a thing for accidental syncopations and splintering percussion.
Street halo gets a lot of love but for me NYC stands out as being one of the prettiest things he has ever made. The way the full vocal melody plays through at the start and then never plays again until near the end is genius. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. In "Street Halo" and other releases, Burial is putting back the "music" into "electronic music". The title track is the strongest, and most danceable one on this record, but don't sleep on any of the others, as they all demonstrate a comparably high level of production quality. Reply Notify me 8 Helpful.
The first non-collaborative release since 2007's Untrue, it leads with the title track, one of the swiftest and most direct Burial tracks. A deep, probing bassline is lodged beneath a trembling charge of percussive elements and an angelic but forlorn vocal sample. NYC" and "Stolen Dog" aren't nearly as vigorous, with the latter containing a soft keyboard melody that tugs at the heart, despite its placement beneath an assortment of chimes, disembodied voices, and knocking/tapping drums.
Burial - street halo (n). Terms of Service. Album: Street Halo - Single, 2014. Burial- Street Halo (2011). Has been played on. Germany 7.