Deaf Center - Pale Ravine (CD, Album)


  1. Mara
    An absolute classic of the genre, this debut album from the Norwegian duo of Erik Skodvin and Otto Totland is a miraculous, hugely evocative blend and smoke-filled ambience and modern classical inversions that has more or less defined its own sub-genre in the decade since it was released.
  2. Goltizragore
    Nov 07,  · ‎Pale Ravine by Deaf Center on Apple Music ‎Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  3. Kilar
    Deaf Center Owl Splinters. By Matthew Horne. In , the duo of Erik K. Skodvin and Otto Totland released Pale Ravine, their first full-length LP under the moniker Deaf Center. Of its ilk, the album was a critical and commercial success, providing the then nascent Type label with one of its first major successes.
  4. Tygora
    Nov 13,  · referencing Pale Ravine, CD, Album, TYPE Norwegian based, Erik Skodvin and Otto Totland produce a cinematic album as inspired by the "old silent 8mm film reels and historical architecture". Skvodin's releases should be familiar to you under his Svarte Greiner alias on Type Records, as well as Xhale and Solitaire Albread monikers with numerous releases on Miasmah/5().
  5. Nenos
    Nov 07,  · So it seems that the duo has their hands full, yet Deaf Center already scheduled a 7" in the pipeline for Type Records. Getting back to Pale Ravine - this is a true modern classical marvel, with slight undertones of ambient bliss; an album that excretes melancholy and drenches the soul in sadness; an acoustic phonography reserved for lazy /5(6).
  6. Tozuru
    Nov 06,  · Listen free to Deaf Center – Pale Ravine (Lobby, Thread and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at ceticerdirilenebullerslifetdist.coinfo
  7. Akinom
    () Deaf Center’s Neon City EP was unquestionably one the finest electronic releases of and remains, despite some pretty fierce competition, one of the finest entries in the Type label’s catalogue. Topping this release was always going to be a challenge, yet Deaf Center’s Erik Skodvin and Otto Totland seem to have managed it [ ]Author: James Knapman.
  8. Tojar
    The record takes the long-form, ghostly sections of it's parent album and expands them into crushing drone epics. The two parts are cut into four sections, pieced together by used and unused material from the recording session. It first appeared in form of an accompaniement CD that came with the initial LPs of Owl Splinters.

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