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The Bug - Angels & Devils (2014) 320/Lossless

22-08-2014, 00:25
Music | Electronic | Ambient | Garage | Dubstep/Grime | FLAC / APE

The Bug - Angels & Devils (2014) 320/Lossless

Artist: The Bug
Title Of Album: Angels & Devils
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Ninja Tune / ZENDNL211
Genre: Bass, Grime, Experimental, Ambient
Quality: MP3 / Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Time: 00:47:28
Total Size: 108 mb / 311 mb

1. Void (feat. Liz Harris) (03:48)
2. Fall (feat. copeland) (02:55)
3. Ascension (03:48)
4. Mi Lost (feat. Miss Red) (03:15)
5. Pandi (04:57)
6. Save Me (feat. Gonjasufi) (05:32)
7. The One (feat. Flowdan) (04:32)
8. Function (feat. Manga) (05:25)
9. Fuck a Bitch (feat. Death Grips) (03:04)
10. Fat Mac (feat. Flowdan) (03:17)
11. Fuck You (feat. Warrior Queen) (03:51)
12. Dirty (feat. Flowdan) (02:56)

Master-craftsman, Kevin Martin absolutely murders it with his fourth and finest LP as The Bug. A perennial pest at the outposts of dub, ragga, extreme noise and electronics, The Bug treats his periodic albums as dispatches from the brink, and 'Angels & Devils' is his most captivating of them all. Blessed with, and structured around sterling vocals from some of his favourite artists - Liz Harris (aka Grouper), Gonjasufi, Death Grips, Copeland, Flowdan, Manga, Miss Red, Warrior Queen - plus a collaboration with JK Flesh, it marks a pinnacle of not only his hard-wrought sound design skills, but also his aptitude as the director of a sprawling cast. In the most acute sense, it's like a movie rent in sound, each track framed with detailed mise-en-scene and sequenced in an increasingly choking downward spiral to the depths of his dread headspace. The angels/devils, light/dark, male/female dichotomy plays out beautifully across its 12 tracks, opening with a seductive brace of siren-fronted dub/noise sculptures, contrasting Liz Harris' spectral contribution to 'Void' with Copeland's raspier slither thru 'Fall' and a pair of organ-steeped instrumental scapes before Gonjasufi consecrates the mid-way point of 'Save Me'. From here on it's a descent into the raging pits of hellish ragga/grime fusions found in 'The One', 'Fat Mac' or 'Dirty' with Flowdan, and the sumo-bouncing strength of 'Fxck A Bitch' with Death Grips, not forgetting a stentorian 'Fxxk You' from Warrior Queen. Massive album.

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