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Applescal - A Mishmash Of Changing Moods

Applescal - A Mishmash Of Changing Moods

Performer: Applescal
Title: A Mishmash Of Changing Moods
Style: IDM, Downtempo, Minimal, Electro
Released: 23 Apr 2010
Cat#: TRAUM CD22
Country: Germany
Label: Traum Schallplatten
Size MP3 version: 2451 mb
Size FLAC version: 1917 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 489
Genre: Electronic

Applescal - A Mishmash Of Changing Moods


Tracklist

1IB Ok1:25
2Dialeague4:25
3The Key Of Genes4:54
4The Flop4:15
5The Curle In Me3:28
6Black Spirals7:46
7MC Iron4:19
8In Theory3:12
9Roofs Of Heaven3:57
10A Former Curse1:57
11Her Foreverness4:13
12Door Weer En Wind16:44
13Observing Enlightenment3:50
14The Storm Is Yours4:16

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TRAUM CD22Applescal A Mishmash Of Changing Moods ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Pla)Traum SchallplattenTRAUM CD22Germany2010
TRAUM CD22, OTLCD1353Applescal A Mishmash Of Changing Moods ‎(CD, Album)Traum Schallplatten, Octave LabTRAUM CD22, OTLCD1353Japan2010

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The frosty breaks of "The Curle In Me" will almost blind you at the start of what turns out to be a startlingly strong album. Applescal's A MISHMASH OF CHANGING MOODS does just that, switching from the shiny ambience of "Dialeague" to the dark 4/4 stomp of "MC Iron." "The Key of Genes" starts off with a beat which gets smothered until bright layers of synths, drowning in a pool of glitter. Applescal excels at having his bright tones float atop a deeper bass, opening up space and giving the sound dimensionality. Listen to how the heaviness of "The Flop" gives way to crisp cymbals and suspended tones, while "The Storm is Yours" takes a lighter approach from the get-go, even as it explodes into cascades of flash. The final, long track "Door Weer En Wind" seems to be made up of several parts, from its beatless start to the culminating thumping. I suppose if you're going to be a mishmash, it might as well be a good one.