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Icky Blossoms - Mask (2015)

3-05-2015, 21:34
Music | Indie | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Icky Blossoms - Mask (2015)

Artist: Icky Blossoms
Title Of Album: Mask
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Saddle Creek
Genre: Electronic, Indie
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 35:03 min
Total Size: 259 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. In Folds 3:15
2. Phantasmagoria 3:39
3. Living in Fiction 4:06
4. Away from You 3:51
5. Want You so Bad 4:42
6. The Spiral 3:14
7. Wait 3:05
8. Silver Tongue 4:37
9. Terror Nothing 4:37

Packaging includes 3D glasses to view the cover!

For Mask, Icky Blossoms continue with their study of synthesizers and drum machines, finding new focus by exploring the space between their background in basement rock shows and their new-found fluency in electronic music. They spent a year crafting the next evolution of their sound, maintaining their core of throbbing electronic grooves, but working to blend it with the drums, bass, and screaming guitars of their chaotic live show.

The band experimented with making electronics sound organic and organic instruments feel electronic. Song skeletons were embellished with tuned 808’s, hyper-effected mouth noises, screams as instruments, and guitars run through synthesizers. Soon the demos had mutated to a point of being studio-ready.

With the talent of longtime friend and collaborator Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, Julian Casablancas, Man Man, First Aid Kit) at ARC Studios in Omaha, Nebraska, these songs became fully realized. Along with Mogis, the contributions of assistant engineer Ben Brodin (Conor Oberst band), bassist Graham Ulicny (Reptar), drummer Daniel Ocanto (Big Harp) and Todd Fink (The Faint) helped the vision come into focus.

Mask finds the band capitalizing on the spontaneity of their live experience and the ambitions of their writing and recording process, while not losing their sense of self. Their influences range from Fad Gadget to Beyonce and the subject matter varies from wrestling with the isolation of existence to the emotional spectrum of love. The album pulses with a vibrant sound that’s electric, confident, and new.

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