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» » Silverstone, Alejandro Morse, Molloy And His Bike - Swinging From The Treetops
Silverstone, Alejandro Morse, Molloy And His Bike - Swinging From The Treetops Mp3 album

Silverstone, Alejandro Morse, Molloy And His Bike - Swinging From The Treetops Mp3 album

Performer:
Silverstone, Alejandro Morse, Molloy And His Bike
Album:
Swinging From The Treetops
Country:
Released:
2018
Label:
Happy Garlic
Style:
Ambient, Experimental, Folk
MP3 archive size:
1970 mb
FLAC archive size:
1831 mb

Tracklist

1Poni Ride
Slide Guitar – Molloy And His Bike
2Swinging from the treetops
Slide Guitar – Molloy And His Bike
3Snowflake
Synthesizer – Alejandro Morse

Credits

  • ProducerTransistor

Notes

Edgar Medina aka Transistor,
under his Ambient/Lo-Fi/Folktronica moniker:
Silverstone.

Silverstone is an artist included at The Poni Republic net label personnel, in which was released his first album -featuring artwork by Alejandro Ghersi aka Arca-, in the year 2006; Silverstone's Album debut: 'Time Will Heal' is still available for free at their site. Swinging from the Treetops track appeared at Happy Garlic Label compilation circa 2008.

"Leon, Mexico-based artist and local indie music activist Edgar Medina (also known from such projects as The Rigor Mortis Experience, Transistor, Alejandro Morse) whose 4-bar issue is a cute example of glitched-out pop music. More profoundly, it is a shift between ambient pop and indie electronica and glitch-y techno rhythms though the artist exploits concrete sounds to moisten the melting pot. In general, the harmonies used to build up slowly and the rhythms do break off in a seamless way. It is a fine example of how a nice notch of pop music can be drawn on more sophisticated sonic structures. The issue is a part of the discography of an excellent Mexican-based lo-fi/DIY music label, The Poni Republic.