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Skyphone - Avellaneda Full Album

Skyphone - Avellaneda Full Album Performer: Skyphone
Title: Avellaneda
Style: Folk Rock, Post Rock, Ambient
Category: Electro / Jazz / Rock
Date of release: 18 Feb 2008
Country: Norway
Label: Rune Grammofon
Catalog number: RCD 2071
Size MP3: 1331 mb
Size FLAC: 1698 mb
Rating: 4.3

Tracklist

1Yetispor
2Schweizerhalle
3Leafchisel
4Dream Tree Lemurs
5World Station
6One Step Closer To The Ground
7Quetzal Cubicle
8River Of Kings
9All Is Wood
10Tweed/Puck's Dye
11Cloudpanic

Credits

  • Mastered ByDavid Rosenkilde, Jonas Vest, Skyphone
  • SleeveKim Hiorthøy
  • Written-By, Performer, ProducerKeld Dam Schmidt, Mads Bødker, Thomas Holst

Notes

℗ + © 2008 rune grammofon

Digipak packaging.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7 033662 020713
  • Matrix / Runout: d:centia RCD 2071 20080206
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP51
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6E01

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rune Grammofon
  • Copyright (c) – Rune Grammofon
  • Pressed By – Dicentia – 20080206

Album

Avellaneda, 2008. Cloudpanic, 04:55. Dream Tree Lemurs, 05:51. Skyphone is a Danish electronica trio consisting of Mads Bødker, Keld Dam Schmidt, and Thomas Holst. Their first album Fabula was released in 2004 on the acclaimed Norwegian label Rune Grammofon. A 55 minute concert from the Swedish Norberg Festival was broadcast by the Swedish National Radio in 2005. The Wire magazine wrote: Caught between the spacious glacial excursions of the northern Scandinavians Sigur Rós and Supersilent and the infinite digital strands of microtechnological exploration. Album 2008 11 Songs. Get Started. Internet Service Terms. Cookie Warning. Listen free to Skyphone Avellaneda Cloudpanic, All is wood and more. 11 tracks 52:52. Following up its 2004 Rune Grammofon debut, Fabula, Skyphone's Avellaneda may be the most beautiful near-pop record of 2008. This Danish trio makes music so song-like that it could, with added lyrics and a different approach to production, easily exist in the kind of dreamy experimental post-rock terrain of Iceland's Sigur Rós. Skyphone Format: Audio CD. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. This is the second full-length release by Danish trio Skyphone for the Rune Grammofon label. With Avellaneda, they have further developed these ideas into a seamless blend of Acoustic and Electronic elements, rich in detail and sonic refinement, with the occasional touch of Scandinavian Folk music providing a strong melodic base. The album title refers to Alonso Fern ndez de Avellaneda a pseudonym who wrote an unauthorized follow-up to Miguel de Cervantes' classic Don Quixote in 1614. Avellaneda is their second release on Rune Grammofon, mostly a Norwegian roster label. Skyphone, on the other hand, is a the forefront of Danish electronic music scene, with similar groups like Efterklang and Under Byen. Skyphone tends to stay clear of post-rock, and instead uses acoustic instruments with electronic treatments to create a home listening genre perfect for the headphones. As the album progresses, it recedes into a lullaby of electro-acoustic, experimental and ambient sound, that isnt shy of revealing performers breathing to grasp the listener closer to home. What is SkyPhone FREE Calling App with a High Quality Sound and Simple to Use. No registration is required. You can start to use SkyPhone right now Clear voice call with a high quality sound. Free voice calls. Free video calls

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Gavinranara
A Copenhagen based group of friends, Keld Dam Schmidt, Thomas Holst and Mads Bødker, make up an electronic trio known as Skyphone. Avellaneda is their second release on Rune Grammofon, mostly a Norwegian roster label. Skyphone, on the other hand, is a the forefront of Danish electronic music scene, with similar groups like Efterklang and Under Byen. Skyphone tends to stay clear of post-rock, and instead uses acoustic instruments with electronic treatments to create a home listening genre perfect for the headphones. As the album progresses, it recedes into a lullaby of electro-acoustic, experimental and ambient sound, that isn’t shy of revealing performer’s breathing to grasp the listener closer to home. Listening to Avellaneda, I feel like I’m eavesdropping in a back room of a secret factory, where unimaginable instruments metamorphose from electronic into metallic, and vice versa in the hands of skillful sound-smiths. Avellaneda is a solid sophomore follow up to Skyphone’s first release, Fabula, that captured my attention back in 2004. Be sure to also check out Skyphone’s remix of Port-Royal’s Spetsnaz on Flared Up remix project out on Resonant in May 2008. I place Skyphone alongside Fennez, Julien Neto, Boards of Canada, Dictaphone, and Xela.