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Dark Was the Night is the twentieth compilation release benefiting the Red Hot Organization, an international charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS. Featuring exclusive recordings by a number of independent artists and production by Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National, the compilation was released on 16 February 2009 (UK) and 17 February (US) as a double CD, three vinyl LPs, and as a digital download
Two decades later, they follow with Dark Was the Night, a collection of 31 new and exclusive songs from most of the heavy hitters of the NPR-friendly wing of indie music. Produced by Red Hot, along with the National's Bryce and Aaron Dessner, the vast majority of the songs on this collection are worth owning regardless of where the money is going. When focusing on what's not here rather than what is, Dark Was the Night comes off as a gray, monotone look at the current indie landscape and, as a result, works best in small batches. It's missing not only rhythm and electronics- more hip-hop, anything in the DFA axis, . Animal Collective, et. but volume and velocity as well.
Dark country 5. Know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em. Album XCD404. Dark country 5. Title.
|1||–usr/sbin||Dark Part 1||10:00|
|2||–Gregg Plummer||Dark Part 2||6:47|
|3||–Michael Meara||Dark Part 3||8:39|
|4||–Altus||Dark Part 4||8:15|
|5||–Jujigen||Dark Part 5||7:06|
|6||–Modulator ESP||Dark Part 6||7:38|
|7||–Sonoprint||Dark Part 7||7:41|
|8||–Tofiuk||Dark Part 8||4:16|
|9||–Steve The Keys||Dark Part 9||7:19|
|10||–Palancar||Dark Part 10||7:36|
|11||–TF-Drone||Dark Part 11||8:22|