Posts Tagged ‘brothel.’

December 24, 2017
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Ever since we heard Brothel.’s collaboration with Sidewalks and Skeletons, Desolate, we’ve been hooked on the Colorado producer’s dark brooding, dramatic and atmospheric electronica. The master sound designer presents us with a whole lot of wavy droning synths and guttural rumbling bass on BLENDLINE alongside Australia’s VOWL. Imagine k?d and Porter, gone extra cinematic and ominously opaque, and you’d get a bit of a taste of what the pairing has to offer on this widescreen sprawling alt inflected electro bass spectacular, a total re-work of alt/emo band nothing, nowhere’s ‘clarity in keroscene’. Download the track, here.

November 18, 2016
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It was but last week that I had my first serendipitous encounter with brothel., a producer out of Colorado who likes to dabble in dark electronica. He had teamed up with UK producer SIDEWALKS AND SKELETONS on a witchy haunting treat named Drowning. Fast forward to this week, and guess who I encounter yet again with another dose of crepuscular deliciousness? brothel.! And this time around, he’s given Flume’s Say It, featuring the ever lovely Tove Lo, a sensationally serrated remix. This one’s right up my alley with its bristling synths and stewing beats. brothel.’s draggy witch trap interpretation of Say It is guttural and ghostly, visceral and eerie. Download the track for free, here.

November 10, 2016
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As ominous as the future may seem right now here in America, I can never resist deliciously dark electronica. Even as a gloom settles upon us and disaster lurks precipitously over the horizon, I can’t help but delight in the sinister trap and witch house-esque wavy electronica on murky simmering Desolate. UK producer SIDEWALKS AND SKELETONS links up with Colorado’s Brothel on this heavy whirring haunter. Instead of leaving me desolate, I find myself comforted and consoled. A need in me grows for more of SIDEWALK AND SKELETONS’ crepuscular electronic music, so let’s dive into morbidly entitled Drowning below. This one’s a slow trawling, introspective quivering treat. Desolate is a free download, here, and Drowning can be downloaded, ” target=”_blank”>here. SIDEWALKS AND SKELETONS leaves me in such a wicked mood that the only proper way to follow up these jams is to watch the new episode of American Horror Story. And by that, I mean the actual television series, not what’s unfurled in our nations’ politics this week.