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Portico Living Fields Vinil LP + CD com 4 Faixas Extra Edição Limitada Alt-J Ninja Tune ZEN221X 2015 UK

Artista: Portico
Título: Living Fields
Número de Catálogo: ZEN221X
Editora: Ninja Tune
Código de Barras: 5054429001396
Edição: Special Edition
Ano da edição original: 2015
Quantidade de discos: 1
Rotações por minuto: 33⅓ rpm
Tamanho do disco: 12"
Gramagem do Vinil: Standard
Extras: CD + Download
Edição Limitada: Sim
Peso Total do Artigo: 305gr
País prensagem: EU
Produzido para o Mercado de: EU
Adicionado ao catálogo em: 17 Maio, 2015
Nota: Elegibilidade Limitada para Descontos


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Living Fields é um album de catarse e redefinição, fruto do desejo de criar algo novo a partir da perda e mudança. Poderia também dizer-se sobre a banda Portico que eles próprios passaram por um processo de fins e reinícios, mas nada disso representa exactamente aquilo que vai ouvir. O novo album Living Field dos Portico, com a colaboração vocal de Joe Newman (Alt-J), Jono McCleery e Jamie Woon.

 

 

The new album from Portico, Living Fields, featuring vocal collaborations with Joe Newman (alt-J), Jono McCleery and Jamie Woon, is out now on LP. The record, which The Times dub 'a bold and wholly successful reinvention, ' is a truly electronic album; a unique blend of the sublunary and the celestial, of reverb drenched piano, swathes of studio noise matched with a score of superb vocalists. Pick up your vinyl copy to receive a bonus CD including three unreleased tracks and an alternative version of Where You Are.

Watch their new video for 101, which captures an underwater chance encounter between diver and shark, shot in defined monochrome. The band are about to embark on the second leg of their extensive European tour, kicking off at Teatro Parenti in Milan on 17 April, winding up at The Hague's Paard Van Troje on 23 May.


Where do you start talking about a suite of recordings so concerned with the commonalities between beginnings and ends? You could start by saying that Living Fields is an album of catharsis and redefinition, born of a desire to create newness out of loss and change. You could also say that the band Portico themselves have undergone a process of ending and re-beginning, but none of this quite captures what you will hear.

The best thing you can do is listen. Portico make music which moves forward towards distant places while offering rare intimacy as well, arriving somewhere between structured pop songs and a disintegrating ambience, a unique blend of the sublunary and the celestial. Reverb drenched piano meshes with swathes of studio noise while vocals float high above a world of textural atmosphere.

Drum machines crisply puncture the air around shimmering arpeggios of synth and electric bass.You can be untethered, detached in space only for a moment of detail to rush into focus. Melancholia and euphoria sunk into each other. The effect is profoundly emotional without ever needing to emote.

Portico are Duncan Bellamy, Milo Fitzpatrick and Jack Wyllie. Previously they were three-quarters of the highly successful and critically-acclaimed Portico Quartet. But Living Fields is no continuation under a shortened name. As far as the band are concerned this is a debut.

There are three remarkable singers on this record:Jono McCleery, Joe Newman (Alt-J) and Jamie Woon. These are not just guest performances and it shows. Woon shared a house with Portico in East London when they were writing and recording the album that would become Isla and he was working on “Mirrorwriting.” Joe Newman is a childhood friend of Wyllie's and Jono McCleery was introduced to Portico by Jamie Woon and has opened for them in the past. These existing relationships allowed for a consistency of thought and expression which makes this a truly remarkable record.

Where do you start talking about a suite of recordings so concerned with the commonalities between beginnings and ends? It doesn’t really matter so long as you listen.

 

 

Lista de Faixas:

01. Living Fields (ft Jono McCleery)
02. 101 (ft Joe Newman)
03. Where You Are (ft Jono McCleery)
04. Atacama (ft Joe Newman)
05. Colour Fading (ft Jono McCleery)
06. Dissolution
07. Bright Luck (ft Jono McCleery)
08. Brittle (ft Joe Newman)
09. Memory Of Newness (ft Jamie Woon)

(Bonus CD)
01. Void
02. Into A Vision ft. Jono McCleery
03. Where You Are (alt version) ft. Jono McCleery
04. Distant Plane

 

Clique aqui para ouvir samples no AllMusic.com

 

 


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