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Richard Youngs - Primary Concrete Attack (2014)

21-11-2014, 18:56

Richard Youngs - Primary Concrete Attack (2014)

Artist: Richard Youngs
Title Of Album: Primary Concrete Attack
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Fourth Dimension
Genre: Electronic, Avant-Garde, Psychedelic, Experimental
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 36:47 min
Total Size: 217 MB
WebSite: amazon


1. Calmont Dub (3:20)
2. Raw Building (3:27)
3. Nu Formz (3:26)
4. Anarcho Dub (2:09)
5. Habitation (2:17)
6. Bandits (3:19)
7. Cosmic Storm Over New Energies 1 7 (16:39)
8. Paradise Wash (1:56)

Another solo album by the highly prolific yet always captivating Richard Youngs, whose music can waver healthily between new forms of singer-songwriter material, lo-fi drones and all manner of avant-garde forms/non-forms. On this album, Primary Concrete Attack, he utilises a borrowed spring reverb generator from his friend, Luke Fowler, to rise to the challenge Richo at FD set him of creating a dub record. Whilst not liking reggae or dub himself, Richard Youngs professes a huge passion for tape echo and spring reverb, plus loves a hearty and perhaps provocative challenge. The eight tracks that make up Primary Concrete Attack, as perhaps expected, bear little in common with a dub record and fall far closer to the idiosyncratic worlds Richard Youngs generally appears to feel happiest in. Combining electronic splurge with all manner of loops and various sound sources, this album focuses very much on their effects and how to play around with them as much as the original sounds. Like Calmont Breakdown before it, also released by Fourth Dimension Records in 2013 and now sold out, this album is not an entirely comfortable listen. In the hands of Richard Youngs, however, this is always a good thing.

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