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Stilluppsteypa - Interferences Are Often Requested: Reverse Tendency As Parts Nearly Become Nothing album

Stilluppsteypa - Interferences Are Often Requested: Reverse Tendency As Parts Nearly Become Nothing album

  • Performer: Stilluppsteypa
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Interferences Are Often Requested: Reverse Tendency As Parts Nearly Become Nothing
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Experimental, Minimal, Abstract
  • Label: Ritornell
  • Catalog: RIT 07
  • Country: Germany
  • MP3 version size: 2725 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2549 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 298

Tracklist

1Mostly Midrange Vocals4:46
2Is This (Better Than) What I'm Used To?7:51
3Wheel Who Doesn't Do Anything7:27
4Plenty Loud, Thank You6:21
5From A To Z Without Too Much Fuss7:07
6Some People Just Want To Take Out The Old Guitar4:05
7Part Nearly Nothing2:57

Credits

  • CoverAlorenz
  • Music By [All Material By]Stilluppsteypa

Notes

Recorded at Mostlywood and Steim in Amsterdam, the Mostlywoodmobile in Hannover, NT&V in Reykjavik, between Autumn 1998 and Summer 1999

© Stilluppsteypa 1999

Packaged in a six-panel card sleeve.

Made in France

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 718751485723
  • Barcode (Text): 7 18751 48572 3
  • Rights Society: N©B
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 06001

Companies

  • Distributed By – EFA – EFA 14857-2
  • Copyright (c) – Stilluppsteypa
  • Recorded At – MostlyWood
  • Recorded At – Steim
  • Recorded At – NT&V

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Comments

Jum Jum
Despite the long-winded title of Stilluppsteypa's album INTERFERENCES ARE OFTEN REQUESTED..., they've managed to craft an ambient album of crystalline structures, which isn't surprising, considering the icy climes from which they hail. The piercing sounds on "Mostly Midrange Vocals" might be challenging to some ears, but "Plenty Loud, Thank You" follows up with near silence. "Is This (Better Than) What I'm Used To?" is icy and granular, while "Wheel Who Doesn't Do Anything" is all about suspension. A subtle album, though perhaps at times too subtle.