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The Travel - Nyctophobia album

The Travel - Nyctophobia album Performer: The Travel
Title: Nyctophobia
Style: Score, Trip Hop, Dark Ambient, Downtempo
Date of release: 2015
Size MP3: 1565 mb
Size FLAC: 1650 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: VQF AA DMF MOD VOC MIDI MP2

THE TRAVEL - Nyctophobia by REDRUM RECORDZ, released 21 September 2015 1. The Passage 2. Where Did The Children Go? (feat. Deformer) 3. Twisted Temptation 4. Siren Suicide 5. Patch Bay 6. Burned Wood 7. Nyctophobia. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 0 EUR. Send as Gift. When soundtrack meets Trip-Hop.

Content: The Travel sounds like a sonic travel featuring multiple stages. The somewhat bombastic and heavily produced dubstep influence can be heard on the first part of the work. + + : Nyctophobia is a quite diverse piece of work revealing a successful dubstep element. – – : The diversity of the album makes it also less compact. You sometimes get the impression there’s a kind of duality between the sources of inspiration running through this album. Conclusion: Nyctophobia is not that dark as the title indicates although it appears to be a somewhat obscure work moving in between multiple sonic ideas. Best songs: Siren Suicide, Twisted Temptation, Where Did The Children Go?.

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THE TRAVEL - Nyctophobia Mike Redman is a busy man. The renowned filmmaker, visual artist and record producer keeps himself occupied at all times. The album title is fitting: Nyctophobia, which includes fear of darkness. With The Travel, live instrumentation engages dialogue with Redman?s productional skills and ominous sound design thickened with ?found sounds?. Equally striking is the stunning artwork created by legendary Grammy winner and founder of Living Colour, Vernon Reid. Release Date 2015-10-05. Label Mindtrick Records.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Passage
2 Where Did The Children Go?
Featuring – Deformer
3 Twisted Temptation
4 Siren Suicide
5 Patch Bay
6 Burned Wood
7 Nyctophobia

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Redrum Studios

Credits

  • Artwork – Vernon Reid
  • Mastered By – Budy Mokoginta
  • Producer – Mike Redman

Notes

The cd of this limited edition release is black instead of average silver.


User reviews
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Fall is in the air, dead leaves are piling up on my yard and the streets have all the animation of an embalmed cadaver. The author of this wickedly engaging record has a soft spot for this time of year and moreover, a taste for the macabre. Nyctophobia is defined as being a fear of the night or darkness and there is plenty of both to be absorbed throughout the seven tracks making up The Travel’s debut. Some of you may know him from his other project, Deformer; this bears very little resemblance to what he’s done before.To call this merely music misses the point entirely.I don’t quite know what you’d file this as. The beast certainly knows how to groove and our author employs his skills behind the mixing console to conjure up a bizarrely fascinating environment for our ears to wander about in. You have classic -and I do mean classic- breaks driving much of what’s contained here but then there are the small noises he inserts which make you look over your shoulder; you’ll get the chills more than a few times due to the wonderful way in which he perverts the course of recognized song structure to suit the narrative of this story.And it is definitely a story. This could work in any number of horror films I’ve seen over the years, particularly the ones which were left open ended at their respective finales. Nothing decisive emerges here, either, just a murky and malevolent haze lowering over one’s mind.If the goal was to keep the listener from sleeping then he’s nailed it handily. Everything required to make your flesh crawl he’s managed to fit into his tracks: one song has a warped chorus beckoning you in while another utilizes what sounds like a fire cheerily burning on it’s own to project incredible menace. Hello asks the voice… no answer… hellllllo? Still no reply. This would sound absolutely incredible on wax, please please please make it so.Out in the woods with the daylight waning… do you wait for your friends who keep disappearing to return or do you stop for the night… the connection ‘Nyctophobia’ has to classic nightmare tales such as Walissa The Beautiful, The Hobyahs or Bluebeard is inescapable; this material provokes visions of the darkest kind and does so without falling back on tropes or trends. A solitary voice in the wilderness which states: beware.Beware.