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Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic

  • Performer: Kone
  • Title: Solip Cystic Mystic
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Canada
  • Record source: 10 × File, Album, FLAC
  • Released: 15 Jul 2014
  • Style: Ambient, Experimental, Techno
  • Label: Not On Label (Phil Western Self-released)
  • Cat#: RECD011
  • MP3 album: 1685 mb
  • FLAC album: 1575 mb
  • Rating: 4.0/5
  • Votes: 207
Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic

Tracklist

1Goodbye Song
Performer [Extra 101 By] – The Passenger
5:49
2Solipsistic Mystic4:54
3I Love You7:16
4Apology5:57
5Koln6:22
6Laugh My Ass Out4:30
7Quick To Condemn6:10
8Poor Jerusalem5:36
9Wash Your Hands5:00
10No I Can't (Little Rabbit)4:49


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RECD011Kone Solip Cystic Mystic ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, Met)Not On Label (Phil Western Self-released)RECD011Canada2014


Credits

  • Performer [All Treatments], Sequenced By [All Sequences]Phillip Western


Notes

Released through Phil's personal Bandcamp page, with an optional to purchase it in a limited-edition CD format.

Originally uploaded in June with a different tracklisting of 9 tracks, with the following working titles:

Track 3: "Tard"
Track 6: "Koln"
Track 7: "VA2"
Track 8: "Apology"
Track 9: "Fugged"

Recorded and Mixed in Vancouver, BC in the basement (Yellow Door)


Companies

  • Recorded At – The Yellow Door
  • Mixed At – The Yellow Door


Album

Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic by KONE, released 15 July 2014 1. I love you 2. Laugh my ass out 3. No I Can't little rabbit 4. Poor Jerusalem 5. Solipsistic Mystic 6. Wash your hands 7. Quick to Condemn 8. Apology 9. Koln 10. Goodbye Song The third album by Kone Recorded and Mixed in Vancouver, BC in the basement Yellow Door All sequences and treatments - Phillip Western Extra 101 on Goodbye Song by The Passenger RECD011. Listen free to Kone Solip Cystic Mystic I love you, Laugh my ass out and more. 10 tracks 56:23. Listen to online Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Not On Label Phil Western Self-released catalog number RECD011. This album was released in 2014-07-15 year. Format of the release is. File , Album. Date of Copyright . Скачать Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. 10 track album. Neuro-Plastique, by Phil Western. English UK. Solip Cystic Mystic. Release group by Kone. Digital Media. Special purpose label white labels, self-published releases and other no label releases. Release group information. Artist: Kone. Type: Album. Singer: Kone Title: Solip Cystic Mystic Country: Canada Released: 2014 Style: Ambient, Experimental, Techno Rating: 4. 6 Votes: 637 Other formats: DMF XM AHX VOX AA AU DTS. Kone Ambient Experimental Techno 2014 Canada. Download links. Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic MP3 album ZIP archive. Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic FLAC album ZIP archive. Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic WMA album ZIP archive. Brad Tigchelaar Moozik. Vintage Humor Retro Humor Retro Funny Vintage Ads Funny Vintage Poster Vintage Vintage Comics Vintage Signs Get Me Outta Here. The Mystic Moods Orchestra was a group known for mixing orchestral pop, environmental sounds, and pioneering recording techniques. It was created by audiophile Brad Miller. The first Mystic Moods Orchestra album, One Stormy Night, was released in 1966 through the label Philips. Throughout the rest of the 1960s and 1970s, the group continued to release similar styled recordings and their recordings continued to be reissued throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Все песни исполнителя Solips Вы можете скачать бесплатно в mp3-формате, либо слушайте песню Solips - Northern Grooves, Solips - A Day After, Solips - Hard to Resist, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые


Reviews of the Kone - Solip Cystic Mystic (1):
Wire
Break out the party hats, folks: after six years, Kone are back.

From outer space to the depths outside the continental shelf, Kone have taken us to places we never dared go and now they do so once again. We're on land again, but engulfed by the froth and firmament of the tidal pools. The aggression which made the first two records so beloved is at the fore, pushing and shoving us onwards without mercy; the taskmaster keeps those tempos high and does some first rate tinkering with the Kone formula. Yes, there is one. Long time listeners can tell you from their travels into this bizarrely composed world that some rules do indeed dictate the surroundings. Namely, that whatever the first track sounds like by the time you get further along you're not sure this is even the same artist. A song like "Poor Jerusalem" is only four places in but you're to be floored by what you hear. It relates to the other three in name only.

Sci-fi minimalist techno? It could be. Futurist themes for a metropolis Fritz Lang would call home? Oh yeah. But Kone don't keep things all nice and regimented, despite the Detroit undertones on 'Solip Cystic Mystic'. This is music the caged bird sings as those bars bend and the windows open up. You're on a journey with one man's creative vision jabbing at the framework of reality; enjoy that, there aren't many artists left who'll toy with their listeners perceptions. Generally, you get only so far with electronic music in this vein and then the composer begins to repeat himself by turning formerly imaginative passages into hooks and ringtone fodder. Not so with Kone. Certainly never with Western. All he has to do to make this sort of material is keep it purely electronic, that is the main difference between his solo works and this project.

So if you enjoy the space rock elements he explores with other avenues, you're not going to find them here. No vocals, either. What there is, however, are meticulously detailed compositions which always go somewhere. Kone does not drift, nor does it ever remain standing still. Even in the breakdowns and segues there are always at least three or four elements being ramped up to prevent silence from ever intruding. The only time it quiets down are the brief moments between songs; I really love how he integrates some of his previous aural selections into the tune "Wash Your Hands". Don't be alarmed, only the briefest of snippets are deployed. You get the sense that with this album, he's checking to see which of us have been paying attention. Given how consumerist most music fans are I don't blame him. People forget so quickly, it is a tall order to hold their interest for even a few days.

Never mind years.

Which are now at an end, faithful ears. My only worry is that he's made this record as a farewell for Kone and if that's the case then this is a majestic way to go out. A fiendish mechanical device which spits out dirt and grime until the residue coats your every surface; but all my words can only approximate the dynamic range he's unleashed with album three. You're going to have to hear it for yourself to believe. Where does he get it from? For all my years spent listening to Phil I'm still no closer to understanding how he does what he does!

In these times of cookie cutter acts strip mining the obscure catalogs of others long gone to avoid the fines this guy won't give in. Give it enough time and some of these clowns out there are going to begin sampling him, trying to duplicate his efforts. But there is only one, you fools.

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