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Quarantine

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Airsick
3:58  
02
Years
2:52  
03
Thaw
5:59  
04
Joy
3:27  
05
MK Ultra
4:17  
06
Wow
1:23  
07
Carcass
4:32  
08
Holoday
1:50  
09
Tumor
2:40  
10
Morcom
3:03  
11
Nerve
2:31  
12
Light + Space
4:50  
Album Information
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 41:22

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Wondering Sound

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05.29.12
Laurel Halo, Quarantine
2012 | Label: Hyperdub / The Orchard

There’s something wonderfully unsettling about Laurel Halo’s debut full-length Quarantine. A beat-less electronic album, its 12 tracks bleed into one another, creating a kind of woozy, ambient cloud cover. Hints of pop periodically break through; “Holoday,” in particular, feels like the receding echo of dance music past. But ultimately, song structure is bypassed in favor of a sense of ghostly possibility that echoes both early Dntel and classical composer Steve Reich.

Halo coaxes a… read more »

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Musiclova

Album cover is enough to put me off.

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