11 Songs, 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

AberrantUno ,

Skeptic sucked in

I listen to a lot of electonic music of all kinds ranging from Klause Schutze to Aphex Twin/Squarepusher and really have learned the difference between music that are breaking ground...and simply breaking wind...lol...I would put this as one who is on top of his game...I am hard to please and will admit I did not buy the whole album at once but instead bought one song..listened to it for a while...fell in to it and went back for more...ok...the 3 that sucked me in were Herr Bar, Vengeance Drools and finally, The Autumnal Crush. each song has its own impact on different levels...and yes like in anything experimental not every song is a winner..but that is what half the fun is...finding that diamond in the rough.

if you like this you may also like Deru, Off The Sky, and maybe Nubulae

TheonlyMatthew ,

There's a reason for the new moniker

This album overshadows all of Clark's previous albums. Chris Clark's earlier albums were sonically interesting, but this album showcases a greater knowledge of production and songcraft. Don't mistake good production for a lack of artistic tact. Of the better songs are "Ted," "Matthew Unburdened," and "The Autunmnal Crash," but I would recommend buying the entire album from the warp records website. The album as a whole flows well and illustrates Clark's knowledge of the importance of the album as an artistic whole.

Cquacks77 ,

Pretty great electronic album...

Clark is to me the closest thing to Aphex Twin, with a little bit of Prefuse 73 thrown in. Since AFX is more lo-fi in many situations, it is interesting to hear Body Riddle, which has a slicker production quality. If you like anything Warp Records, this is highly recommended. Specifically check out Herr Bar, Ted and Night Knuckles.

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