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T_A_M - In Tandem (2016)

14-05-2016, 07:26
Electronic | Dubstep/Grime | FLAC / APE

Title: In Tandem
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Apothecary Compositions / APCO-020
Genre: Grime, Experimental
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 00:42:53
Total Size: 220 mb

1. Do A Thing You Like 03:04
2. Gang Faur 03:37
3. Myelin Sheath 03:46
4. Gruyere Bells 01:43
5. The Gulls Are Protected Whether You Like It Or Not 04:23
6. Your Family 00:51
7. Snow In August 04:06
8. My Family 00:52
9. Summ Kiirk 03:16
10. You Don't Want To Look Back There... 02:29
11. Bleak End 05:00
12. Trooner 02:52
13. Fare Waur (Digital Bonus) 03:19
14. Bano (Digital Bonus) 03:30

Oneiric, absorbing debut LP by unpredictable producer T_A_M, twisting back to Apothecary Compositions - site of his Tail Snap tape in 2014 - with a batch of hazy sweet instrumental hip hop/electronica cookies after already blessing 2016 with inimitable filter house styles for Local Action and a fluoro grime 12” for Coyote Records. At 13 songs wide, In Tandem is certainly T_A_M’s most substantial offering yet, and also testament to his nimbly efficient production style as much as his broad take on myriad mciro-strains of electronic composition. He hails from Aberdeen, Scotland, but even without that knowing that fact, his music coincidentally lends itself to strong comparisons with fellow Scots artists, Samoyed, Offshore or BoC more than anyone else we can think of beyond Plaid, especially in terms of his wistfully pitched melodic phrasing, appreciation of contemporary, hip hop-rooted rhythms, and the wide, seductive sense of space that are key to In Tandem. Actually, maybe the common thread between those guys and T_A_M’s music is the sense of modesty, taking what they need from US beats and London-style grime, as well as field recordings and textured electronics that mirror their environment, but trimming it all down to find a real intimacy and personal sense of honesty that reflects the nuanced perspective of a geographical outsider looking in, or beyond. Whatever, it’s a lovely listen; very headphone ready for summer ’16.

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