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Passport Control - The Black Dog - Music For Real Airports (File, Album)


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2010
Label: Soma Quality Recordings - SOMA CD083 • Format: 14x, File WAV, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Techno, Ambient


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  1. In contrast to Music for Real Airports the above mentioned are more beat oriented albums, falling into the techno genre, as defined by The Black Dog's original style. Be sure to also check out the mixes that The Black Dog regularly make available on their website. The latest - Drifting Ambient Mix May - /5(11).
  2. The adjective in the title of the Black Dog's full-length separates it from Brian Eno's Ambient 1: Music for Airports, which was a highly idealized vision of airport travel. Eno's music often sounds reminiscent of some future utopia, separated from the sights and smells of thousands of anxious or disgruntled people in close contact. Ken Downie's pragmatic approach to soundtracking air 7/
  3. Nov 12,  · The Black Dog pay homage to Brian Eno with MUSIC FOR REAL AIRPORTS, a mix of field recordings, like the ambient sounds that start off "M1" and sustained tones that drone into "Terminal EMA." Meanwhile, a harsh rhythm finds its way to the "DISinformation Desk" but it mellows into "Passport Control" and remains as just a throb on the melancholy /5().
  4. Music For Real Airports by The Black Dog, released 26 April 1. M1 2. Terminal EMA 3. DISinformation Desk 4. Passport Control 5. Wait Behind This Line 6. Empty Seat Calculations 7. Strip Light Hate 8. Future Delay Thinking 9. Lounge Delay 9 Sleep Deprivation 1 Sleep Deprivation 2 He Knows Business Car Park 9 The Project.
  5. May 03,  · The social dissatisfaction expressed by Black Dog in last year's Further Vexations continues with Music for Real Airports, a concept album exploring the dichotomy between the reality of airports and their ideal: Places of numbness and vacancy as opposed to futuristic gateways to the ovbafirloubiget.tingforwordtanddedesanonjafineso.co album forms one half of an art installation, with the physical half being done by a group of Author: Daniel Petry.
  6. THE BLACK DOG Music For Real Airports SOMATBD Soma Recordings 14 Tracks. 58mins51secs. Amazon UK: CD US: CD Airports are funny places; hubs of intense activity, their cold and chaotic order is bound by contradicting sentiments of excitement, frustration, boredom, joy, exhaustion, anticipation, sadness; passengers caught in endless security queues, rushing through .
  7. Apr 13,  · While the album’s title obviously refers to Brian Eno’s album, The Black Dog take a different approach. This is music about a space rather than for it. Many of the compositions were created while waiting in airports, which makes for some uneasy listening. Field recordings guide listeners on a journey from roadway to curb-side to terminal.
  8. Martin Dust is now part of The Black Dog, with founding member Ken Downie and Richard Dust. Airports no longer symbolise the democratisation of travel, if they ever did. Sheffield doesn't clank quite like it used to. The Black Dog - Music For Real Airports - SomaCD by soma. Airports have always occupied curious conceptual territory.