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Thug Entrancer - Death After Life (2014)

14-02-2014, 13:40
Music | Electronic | Dubstep/Grime

Thug Entrancer - Death After Life (2014)

Artist: Thug Entrancer
Title Of Album: Death After Life
Year Of Release: 22 feb 2013
Label: Software
Genre: Bass, Experimental, Electronic
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:04:56
Total Size: 141 mb

1. Death After Life I (04:26)
2. Death After Life II (06:39)
3. Death After Life III (09:29)
4. Death After Life IV (08:06)
5. Death After Life V (06:32)
6. Death After Life VI (04:41)
7. Death After Life VII (06:11)
8. Death After Life VIII (04:18)
9. Ready To Live Pt 1 (bonus track) (08:08)
10. Ready To Live Pt 2 (bonus track) (06:20)

Software's first release of 2014 sees the label move into further uncharted territory, with Death After Life, the debut album of Chicago-based artist Ryan McRyhew, otherwise known as Thug Entrancer. Relocating from Denver to Chicago in 2011, the seclusion and proximity to Chicago's rich dance music heritage afforded him the time to create what the label describe as "in-depth and unconditional music" recomposing both Chicago juke and house. Nominally fitting in with the current trend for stark, monochromatic hardware productions, with a "pitch-dark motif" running through the album, Death After Life was mainly recorded "on the fly with very few overdubs and zero reliance on sampled sources." Unlike the woozy textures of last year's excellent Huerco S LP on the label, Death After Life is a noise-influenced album of techno and experimental beats marked out by its high fidelity sound.

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