Absence - The Telescopes - Hidden Fields (CD, Album)

Download Absence - The Telescopes - Hidden Fields (CD, Album)
Label: Tapete Records - TR318 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Experimental, Noise


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8 thoughts on “ Absence - The Telescopes - Hidden Fields (CD, Album) ”

  1. Tazil says:
    Jul 10,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hidden Fields on Discogs/5(9).
  2. Shaktikasa says:
    Telescopes – Hidden Fields (Tapete Records) CD | LP | DL. Out Now. 8/ With their eighth studio album, The Telescopes endeavour to explore the subtle relationships that exist between silence, noise and poetry. The term feedback was dubbed by American mathematician and philosopher Norbert Wiener. Wiener, who lectured at MIT following the.
  3. Kazranris says:
    fright CD, FRIGHT 39 CD: The Telescopes: Trade Mark Of Quality 2 versions: Fierce Recordings, Fierce Recordings: fright CD, FRIGHT 39 CD: UK: Sell This Version The Telescopes: Hidden Fields (Album) 4 versions: Tapete Records: TR Europe: Sell This Version: 4 .
  4. Yozshunos says:
    The album isn't easy listening by any means and the Telescopes should be lauded for sticking to their artistic vision at all costs. They probably could have sold themselves as a revival band or pretended to re-form in their poppier guise; that they have made an ugly, snarlingly dark album like Hidden Fields instead is truly impressive.8/
  5. Dikora says:
    But album closer The Living Things lasts a colossal 15 minutes and it is undeniably the one track that is Hidden Fields’ heart. It walks a pedestrian trudge through an imaginary icy field of broken glass, debris and post-apocalyptic mayhem, underpinned by morbid wails and what can only be compared to your primary school teacher screeching Author: Graeme Marsh.
  6. Zulunris says:
    The Telescopes might have formed way back in , though on Hidden Fields it's as if they're drawing on the dawning of time itself for influence, an atavistic maelstrom as momentous as the first day. They're certainly not the only band to record an album of beautiful, ear-shredding drone noise of course, but few groups manage to conflate sensory overload with such a keen sense of melody.
  7. Vucage says:
    On Hidden Fields, The Telescopes' eighth long player Glaswegian ensemble St Deluxe provide a cacophonous brew of noise and melody and the results are astounding. While iconic debut Taste may have set Lawrie and co's stall out as sonic upstarts of a psychedelic persuasion many moons ago, every subsequent excursion has taken both creator and.
  8. Nikogal says:
    Authenticity matters to music fans – and you can be pretty sure that The Telescopes mean it, maaan. Once signed to Creation, they dropped out of their indie rock career only for Stephen Lawrie and collaborators to return years later with a sound at times more akin to full-on noise, and to a second life currently about three times longer than the first.

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