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Tracks in release Excavation Feelings. Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label.
Crusefieldjacobs - Congo (Intro). album: Excavation Feelings. Johnny Adams - Feelings. album: Turning Point. Marcello Enia Cruz - Downhill Muztagh-Ata. album: Ambient Feelings. Atheria - Ancient Feelings. album: Ancient Feelings. Michael Dease - Mixed Feelings. Thedyingsirens - Karma (feat. album: Our Times Our Feelings. Michael Murica - Feelings. album: Electro Love, Vol. 2.
Camomille by Crusefieldjacobs. Ezikiel - Trinidad (Ricardo Villalobos Remix). The minimal master manipulates Ezikiel's hypnotic, shimmering 17-minute epic into something a little more disquieting. The veteran electronic group offer a majestic and shimmering remix in the vein of their classic ex:el album. Lone will support them on their upcoming tour. Tiga & The Martinez Brothers - Blessed (Dirty Mix). Tiga and The Martinez Brothers team up for an ode to one night stands. The first of their collaborative EPs comes out in mid-November.
Bobby Krlic (born 1985), known by his stage name The Haxan Cloak, is a British musician and producer. Krlic was born and raised in Wakefield in West Yorkshire, England. He studied music and visual arts at the University of Brighton. Krlic recorded the first, self-titled Haxan Cloak album in his parents' shed over the course of three years using strings, mics and a laptop, playing every instrument himself.
Excavation is more soundtrack than regular album, pulling on familiar tropes from the horror world such as the sudden escalation of strings that lead to a stony silence in "Consumed". But Krlic doesn't follow a straight path at any point, instead setting muted rhythms in progress and disrupting them just when it feels like you've got a handle on where he's going. It's an album sequenced with a central narrative in mind, and one that's not without glimmers of hope at key junctures. The Mirror Reflecting (Part 2)" and "The Drop" are key tracks, both deploying lighter textures that symbolize a form of redemption from the sooty gloom that eats at the edges of the Haxan Cloak. It adds a resigned air to the album, a sense of accepting fate no matter how bad it may be.