Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland - Black Is Beautiful album flac
Title: Black Is Beautiful
Style: Leftfield, Dub, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1916 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1619 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1401 mb
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The album is laced with their signature hazy glow and is full of crunched eurovision lullabies, kinetic drum machine jams, unsettling funk, smeared walls of synth, moments of unadulterated opiated bliss, mogadon rap, infinite coughs and insights into the odd sexual behaviour of crackers.
Producer – Dean Blunt, Inga Copeland. Producer – Afonso Simões, Otis Sommerville Marchbank (tracks: A2), Stan Iordanov. Producer – Danny Dyer, Denna Frances Glass. Comes with embossed sleeve.
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Inga Copeland and Dean Blunt, members of mysterious UK production outfit Hype Williams have teamed up for a new album called Black Is Beautiful, out April 16 in the UK and April 17 in the . Yes, that's the cover art up there.
In some ways, Black Is Beautiful is the duo's most confrontational piece of music yet. It floats by on the same cloud of enveloping tape hiss and warped drones, but it's interrupted by an especially sharp sense of rhythm previously unseen in the group's blunt-edged ink smear. The album begins with "Venice Dreamway" (the only track with a title), essentially a two-minute free jazz piece of frantic drumming and winding synth drone. Track 12 is basically the duo's take on footwork. It's still not "easy" music, and so much of their appeal and intrigue might still lie in their extensive use of sampling, but Hype Williams-or, er, sorry, Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland-have never quite sounded so purely themselves before. Maybe that's why they're using their own names, then. Published, Mon, 16 Apr 2012.
Blunt and Copeland don’t shrug on these techniques like an outlandish piece of clothing. They live them – and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Still, the duo’s antics – the smirking half-lies, the obscure stage capers – might be entertaining, but they’re by no means the most interesting thing about this so-called art project. All of which are in evidence, to some degree, on Black Is Beautiful. In fact, the duo’s fourth album might be their most accomplished release yet, but in a world where practiced ineptitude seems to yield more fascinating results than schooled technique, is that really a good thing? At points here, Blunt and Copeland almost – God forbid – play it straight: ‘Track 02’ (all but one of the tracks are untitled) is a cover of Donnie and Joe Emerson’s ‘Baby’, Copeland’s tremulous, perfectly imperfect voice rendering the lyrics with surprising faithfulness.
Album · 2012 · 15 Songs. Jasmine (Demo) - Single. Little Dragon) - Single.