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Superpoze - The Iceland Sound [EP] (2010)

18-05-2015, 00:12
Electronic | Downtempo | FLAC / APE

Superpoze - The Iceland Sound [EP] (2010)

Artist: Novella
Title Of Album: The Iceland Sound
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Italian Beach Babes
Genre: Electronic, Downtempo
Format: FLAC
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 20:42
Total Size: 208 mb


01. The Iceland Sound (3:38)
02. London Alone (4:13)
03. The Iceland Sound (Part 2) (2:57)
04. The Iceland Sound (Les Filles Et Les Garçons Remix) (4:27)
05. The Iceland Sound (Zerolex Remix) (2:39)
06. The Iceland Sound (Samba De La Muerte Remix) (2:44)

At only 20 years old, Gabriel Legeleux, a.k.a. Superpoze, has accomplished much as an artist. Having released two EPs and a full-length album in the last two years, Superpoze has become popular in his home country of France. Superpoze’s unique sound is both addictive and complex. At times, the beats gently lull us into relaxation, and sometimes the music makes us want to dance. However, Superpoze’s creations don’t pound on the eardrums; his style is more subtle. Although his music lacks lyrics, it is not without the human voice. A few tracks feature strange, yet angelic singing and some whistling. Superpoze’s music merges sounds not always heard on hip-hop or electro records, a choice which adds to his distinctive charm, but his songs are infectious nonetheless. From his beginnings of Lost Cosmonaut, released in 2010, Superpoze has definitely matured as a musician. He has graduated from using more conventional instruments like guitar and bass, to more electronic and unconventional sounds. Superpoze took more risks in terms of sound on From the Cold than on his first album. On his latest, he is less prone to repetition. For example, compare "Sweet September" on Lost Cosmonaut to “The Iceland Sound” on this record. The latter track utilizes a wider variety of sound, and the former tends to be repetitive.

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