Szare - Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones (2014)
Title Of Album: Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Frozen Border Records
Genre: Electronic, Techno
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 63:28 min
Total Size: 145 MB
01. Small Pieces of It Were Scattered Across the Mountainside
02. They Carried It Back from Recife to Frankfurt by Zeppelin
03. The Miners Told Nobody of Their Discovery
04. Leather Bags Full of Dollars Were Transported Overnight
05. The King Himself Was Said to Have Taken an Interest
06. Radio Silence in Buenos Aires Did Not Allay Fears of a Cover Up
07. What Did Kerin Mannesmann Know?
08. Hastily Arranged Meetings Contrived an Absurd Plan
09. But Anarchist Spies Had Their Ears in the Room
10. It Was Sent to a Vault in Zurich and Has Not Been Seen Since 1945
11. Some Say It Was Airlifted to Alexandria and Buried in the Catacombs
12. Others Claim It Was a Hoax, Or Doubt It Ever Existed
13. Meanwhile, on the Mountainside, a Copper Flame Burns
Although Andrew Diaczuk and Jack Coulton have been releasing music since 2009, when Horizontal Ground put out their first single under the 188.8.131.52.5 cipher, they are best known as Szare, under which name they have been putting out a steady stream of rhythmically inventive techno releases with subtle dubstep influences. As well as Horizontal Ground, the duo have released on Idle Hands, Mindset and Krill Music over the years, while they also contributed a track to Frozen Border's excellent Minutes In Ice compilation in 2012. It's this label that now issues the duo's debut album Lost Shapes which features six tracks that fall snugly into line with the atmosphere and powerful frequencies of previous productions from Szare. Intriguingly, also included is a 13 track CD entitled Carved in Those Dancing Gravestones, which is described mysteriously as containing music "composed and in some cases stolen by Szare".
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