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Tycho - Epoch
Performer: Tycho
Title: Epoch
Country: US
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Style:Ambient, Post Rock
Released: 30 Sep 2016
Catalog number: GI-279
Label: Ghostly International
MP3 album szie: 1665 mb
FLAC album size: 1171 mb

Tracklist

1Glider4:53
2Horizon4:09
3Rings4:08
4Slack4:11
5Epoch5:45
6Division3:58
7Receiver4:15
8Field2:40
9Local2:53
10Source4:18
11Continuum1:44

Credits

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Short intro

SC Distribution, InertiaPtyLtd, PIAS от лица компании Inertia Music ASCAP, LatinAutor, Downtown Music Publishing, Sony ATV Publishing, Abramus Digital и другие. Epoch is the fourth studio album by the ambient music project Tycho, released on 30 September 2016 on Ghostly International. It is the final album in a 'trilogy' by the project, beginning in 2011 with Dive and continuing with Awake in 2014. The album debuted at the top of the Billboard DanceElectronic Albums chart. Epoch by Tycho, released 30 September 2016 1. Glider 2. Horizon 3. Slack 4. Receiver 5. Epoch 6. Division 7. Source 8. Local 9. Rings 10. Continuum 11. Field An epoch is defined as an extended period of time typically characterized by a distinctive development or by a memorable series of events, and Scott Hansen, leader of the band Tycho, has named their new album Epoch with that in mind. Madeline v. I'm amazed at this artist's ability to distill ingredients which sound essentially to my ears like 80's goth pop minus vocals into the most uplifting - nigh religious experience inducing - music ever. Genre: Downtempo. Really enjoyed this project. Maybe it's because I haven't listened to anything else from Tycho, but I thought this was a very fun and energetic album. There wasn't a ton of variation, but enough to keep me listening, and the speed of the record also earned my affection. Nothing crazy, but a very solid LP. On his fourth album, Tychos Scott Hansen continues to fold shimmering electronics into shoegaze to majestic effect. Drummer Rory OConnor brings a supple rhythmic backbone to Glider and Slack, while Zac Browns guitars and electric bass add depth and definition to expansive atmospheres, particularly on the yearning, New Waveflavored Horizon. On the forceful Epoch, Browns guitars pair ringing fretwork with pulsing arpeggios and muscular grooves. Field closes the album in a wash of clean-toned strumming, sounding as hopeful as the horizon is wide. Epoch Tycho. Tycho's fourth studio album, Epoch, was given a surprise digital release at the end of September 2016, about a month after it was finished. With this album, Tycho mastermind Scott Hansen completed a trilogy of albums beginning with 2011's Dive and continuing with 2014's Awake. Since its beginning in the early 2000s, the project evolved from an obscure IDM solo venture to the most well-known instrumental electronic rock band of its time, selling out several headlining tours and having its music extensively featured on television particularly Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. Release date: 20 January 2017. Until quite recently, I found myself no longer able to listen to and enjoy Tycho, the dreamy electronic music project of designer and producer Scott Hansen. Eventually I suppose this association faded, as all things do with time - a sentiment that fuelled the release of Tycho's fourth studio album Epoch. Whilst the physical release is due in January, Hansen felt impatient with the standard process of waiting months after a records completion, and wanted to give a sense of immediacy to it by releasing it digitally almost immediately. Tycho - Epoch 2016. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Listen online to Tycho - Epoch and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and finds Tycho maintaining the minimalist approach to exuberance that has thus far defined its career. However, where earlier works like Dive bubbled along with all the inexorability of the ocean, with periods of calm serving merely to punctuate the upbeat tempo that suffused the album, Epoch appears to be much more deliberate in its mixing of lethargic and upbeat tempos. The resulting effect compounds with the album artwork, and if one were to call Tycho a concept project, Epoch would be the sunset to the respective sunrise and perihelion to Awake and Dive