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Wireless World - Warm Digits - Wireless World

On 30.10.2019 by Malataur With 1 Comments - rar

Label: Memphis Industries - MI0452LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Krautrock
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Considering that Warm Digits ' body of work is peppered with high-concept, historically Manifesto - Gui Boratto - Abaporu projects, their desire to change things up on Wireless World is understandable.

By working with vocalists -- including several old friends -- the Digits give a more literal voice to their concerns and bring their fascinations with technology, infrastructure, and Benkö Consort* - Tanzmusik Aus Ungarn to the fore with a newfound urgency.

The need to wake up fuels the album, transforming Warm Digits analog synth-driven Motorik into doomsday pop. Unsurprisingly, many of the best moments feature their longtime collaborators.

On "End Times," they enlist Field Music -- with whom they've worked so many times that they might as well be honorary members of each others' groups -- to add falsetto vocals to its funky paranoia, and the results are as much fun as a song about partying at the end of the world that isn't Prince 's "" can be. Warm Digits go in the opposite direction on "Growth Wireless World - Warm Digits - Wireless World Raindrops," where Saint Etienne 's Sarah Cracknell adds sensuality to the song's celebration of nature's enduring strength and beauty.

At other points on Wireless Worldit feels like the band slightly oversimplifies their music and concepts to make room for their vocalists; while Mia La Metta's turn on the geologically inspired "Better Friction" and the Devon Sprule -featuring "The Rumble and Tremor" are appealing, they're not necessarily as evocative as the album's instrumentals.

On "Two to Four Degrees" and the title track, Warm Digits blend bustling rhythms and soaring melodies into eloquent statements of 21st century anxiety. Similarly, interludes like "Always On"'s dense fog of electronics, the deceptively pretty "Deluge and Delusion," and the eerie portrait of marine devastation that is "Mute Ocean" serve as reminders why Warm Digits excel at soundtracks.

Even if it's not quite as accomplished as Klaus Wunderlich - Hammond Hitparade of their purely instrumental albums, Wireless World is an ambitious, and largely successful, experiment.

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    Bakazahn 09.11.2019
    The Geordie duos’ latest collage of ideas, Wireless World represents societies unbounding optimism for new technologies at the expense of our planets decline. It might sound like an ambitious task, but Warm Digits are no stranger to this sort of dystopic territory - I last saw them play a live intro to an independent screening of Blade Runner 8/
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    Mokasa 06.11.2019
    Warm Digits’ new album, WIRELESS WORLD, is OUT NOW on Gatefold Heavyweight Vinyl, CD and digital, via Memphis Industries. Links to all different formats can be found here. The album features guest vocals from Peter Brewis of Field Music, Sarah Cracknell of Saint Etienne, Devon Sproule, and Mia la Metta of Beards.
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    Basar 09.11.2019
    WARM DIGITS aka Newcastle based Andrew Hodson and Steve Jefferis will be releasing their third album Wireless World, and first for Memphis Industries on 4th August. In the words of legendary DJ/producer Andrew Weatherall, Warm Digits create “Machine funk kraut-a-delia – it’s rather lovely!”.
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    Mazutilar 09.11.2019
    Aug 02,  · Inspired by the idea of a world teetering between progress and collapse, Warm Digits’ third album combines disparate parts of analogue warmth, Giorgio Moroder-esque electronic exploration and an often beautiful, battering propulsion.
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    Faemuro 31.10.2019
    Check out Wireless World by Warm Digits on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on frostseekerbearonanaralore.infoinfo
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    Yosar 06.11.2019
    Considering that Warm Digits' body of work is peppered with high-concept, historically minded projects, their desire to change things up on Wireless World is understandable. By working with vocalists -- including several old friends -- the Digits give a more literal voice to their concerns and bring their fascinations with technology, infrastructure, and politics to the fore with a newfound urgency.7/
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    Nikole 04.11.2019
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Warm Digits - Wireless World at Discogs. Complete your Warm Digits collection/5(8).
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    Tutilar 06.11.2019
    Punchy electronic tuneage from Warm Digits, who here add vocals to some of their home electro-funky tracks for the first time. Wireless World’s guest singers range from Sarah Cracknell of Saint Etienne to Mia La Metta of Beards, not to mention a particularly Sparks-like turn from Field frostseekerbearonanaralore.infoinfo: Warm Digits.
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    Mut 09.11.2019
    Wireless World: 4: Always On: 5: Better Friction Featuring – Mia La Metta Vocals, Lyrics By – Kathryn Gray: 6: Victims Of Geology: 7: Growth Of Raindrops Featuring, Vocals, Lyrics By – Sarah Cracknell: 8: Deluge And Delusion: 9: Fracking Blackpool: The Rumble And The Tremor Featuring, Vocals – Devon Sproule Lyrics By – Devon Sproule, Paul Curren.

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