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Porter Robinson - Worlds (2014)

8-08-2014, 03:27
Electronic | House | Dance

Porter Robinson - Worlds (2014)

Artist: Porter Robinson
Title Of Album: Worlds
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Astralwerks (Universal)
Genre: Electronic, House, Dance
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 57:50 min
Total Size: 110 MB


1. Divinity (feat. Amy Millan) (06:08)
2. Sad Machine (05:50)
3. Years of War (feat. Breanne Duren & Sean Caskey) (03:56)
4. Flicker (04:39)
5. Fresh Static Snow (05:58)
6. Polygon Dust (feat. Lemaitre) (03:29)
7. Hear the Bells (feat. Imaginary Cities) (04:46)
8. Natural Light (02:21)
9. Lionhearted (feat. Urban Cone) (04:26)
10. Sea of Voices (04:58)
11. Fellow Feeling (05:50)
12. Goodbye To a World (05:28)

'Two years ago', remembers Porter Robinson, 'I only had the inkling of the idea that I wanted to do something different. I needed to do something that was honest and real', Porter explains. So he turned down countless DJ offers in 2013 to spend the entire year devoting himself to a process of introspection and reinvention. 'I figured that one way to develop a unique identity as an artist would be to combine all my favorite things in music it would result in something that is really personal, a collective expression of my taste and experience. Something nobody else has.'

And thus begat Worlds (Astralwerks), a cinematic excursion that commingles Porter's technological prowess with his love of evocative melody. His first studio album, it finds an unlikely common ground for Porter's diverse inspirations: Kanye West's Graduation, Daft Punk's Discovery, The Postal Service, and an array of orchestral movie scores.

'Sea of Voices', for instance, is just that: gauzy, feather-light vocals that float above an ethereal-shoegaze soundscape. That track trickles into 'Years of War', which transfers those levitating vocals onto radiant synth pop propelled by a fuzzy beat. He prolongs that pop euphoria with the anthemic 'Lionhearted', which pushes-and-pulls between ambient sighs and power chords, further rewarding the listener with the glitched-out 'Fellow Feeling', an avant centerpiece that swells from violin-driven sentiment to industrial static, before settling into palpitating chords.

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