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The Young Punx - All These Things Are Gone (2014)

11-03-2014, 18:01
Music | Electronic | House | Dance | Disco

The Young Punx - All These Things Are Gone (2014)

Artist: The Young Punx
Title Of Album: All These Things Are Gone
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Mofo Hifi
Genre: Electronic, Dance, Electro House, Disco
Quality: V0 Kbps
Total Time: 70:23 min
Total Size: 138 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Harlem Breakdown
02. Girls Like Disco (feat. Birdee)
03. 10:40 To Interlaken
04. Kowloon Kickback
05. All These Things Are Gone
06. Heart Of The Night
07. Detonate
08. Supersonic
09. La Luna
10. Boys Like Bass (feat. Reset!)
11. Polaroid (feat. Darktown Jubilee)
12. All These Things Are Gone (Lenno Edit)

The Young Punx are the puckish agent-provocateurs of the dance music scene, simultaneously celebrating and challenging everything that club culture can and should be.

Their 3rd album “All These Things Are Gone” is an alternately joyous and melancholic journey investigating the themes of the passage of time, and what is accidentally lost from culture in the name of progress. The album is built around the heart of the epic 14 minute title track, which deadpan catalogs over 60 things which are only connected by virtue of no-longer being around any more, against a constantly developing soundscape inspired by the bliss house of 90s artists like The Beloved and St Etienne.

Elsewhere on the album The Young Punx find their inspiration by journeying through time and space to different lost eras in music history, recording and producing in those vintage styles using 100% period correct vintage gear, and then 'sampling themselves' to make new tracks such as the fierce 70s JazzFunk inspired "Harlem Breakdown", and 30s big band carnage of "Kowloon Kickback".

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