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0 (album)

Studio album by Low Roar
GenrePost-rock, electronica, dream pop
LabelTonequake
Length1 : 08 : 14
Released2014

Stephen OMalley once described Sunn O as his guitar band, which is a striking understatement. Over the bands ' nearly two-decade run, theyve never deviated from singular mission: crushingly glacial guitars play at devastating volumes. Since 2009s Monoliths & Dimensions, duo has gracefully slipped shackles of heavy metal, remaining root in its ferocious aesthetic while pursuing high concept collaborations and drone at its most incantatory. Sunn 0 is a guitar band like a hurricane wind. Aprils Life Metal had a distinct back-to-basics quality, stepping away from orchestrations and composer commissions for some of the pure, indefinite-hiatus riffage on which Sunn 0 built their name. Record by Steve Albini, album shows Greg Anderson and OMalley summoning sound of overwhelming scope and elegance, moving with just a little bit of extra authority. Pyroclasts is companion to that album, recorded in the same sessions but stripped even further back. At the start and end of each day of recording, group and their collaborators would perform a simple exercise: explore single modal drone for 12 minutes; Albini would capture it, and they would move on. These four selections can be experience as a sort of frame for Life Metal's more definitive statement. Not compositions, nor exactly improvisations, group describe them as daily practice, calling to mind regular meditation or yoga routine except at pain-threshold dB. And like a series of stretches, these sessions were intended to open up musicians as they work through album. None of that would matter if they didnt open listeners up, too. But, of course, they do. Experience on even the biggest headphones wo never be the same as Sunn 0 in concert, but a full run through with Pyroclasts cranking all the way will leave few moods unaltered. Though visually steep in quasi-medieval occultisms of Scandinavia's most notorious groups, listening to Sunn 0 has always been a fundamentally life-affirming experience. Their tunings are too rich, their gestures too focused for nihilism. Titular inversion of Life Metal suggest manifesto, and Pyroclasts could be exhibited in their argument. Theres little use discussing relative merits of one track over another. Though variations span the length of the album, feel is so consistently immersive you lose track of yourself in the sound, which seems like point. Frost c howls and shudders, its low end seeming to extend to the deepest, cruddiest bowels on earth. Around the five-minute mark of Ampliphdies e, someone takes what might loosely be called solo. No surprise that it focuses mostly on one note; rather than articulating melodic flourishes, it feels like its clawing its way out of a mudslide of distortion, gasping for air before being subsume into mass. Finally, Ascension lunges with a triumphant drive worthy of its title. Youre inside of it, OMalley recently said of his sound in an interview. That is something that been part of my own development as a musician is evaporating.

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Track listing

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Breathe In"7:34
2."Easy Way Out"4:48
3."Nobody Loves Me Like You"5:55
4."I'll Keep Coming"5:52
5."Half Asleep"7:15
6."Please Don't Stop (Chapter 1)"4:40
7."I'm Leaving"5:34
8."In the Morning"1:24
9."Phantoms"6:03
10."Anything You Need"3:13
11."Dreamer"5:09
12."Vampire on My Fridge"6:30
13."Please Don't Stop (Chapter 2)"4:02

Hes future-House pioneer who gave us hits like Promesses, and now, Tchami is about to bless us with his debut album, Year Zero. Full 7 years on from his breakthrough with remixes for the likes of Janet Jackson and AlunaGeorge, French bass maestro is bringing his 16 hot-new tracks, with an album set for full release next Friday. Following what has been a massive 2020 for Tchami thanks to tracks like Ghosts, Faith and Praise, priest of House music is going to take us on a spiritual journey again this Autumn, with his tracklisting revealing collaborations with the likes of ZHU, and Tony Romera. Well also get to hear reunion with Stacy Barthe, who Tchami previously worked with on After Life. The vocalist is set to feature this time around on the new single Rebirth, which we can only assume is a direct sequel to their previous anthem. Making his name around the end of the EDM era, Tchami was widely recognise alongside acts such as Oliver Heldens and Don Diablo for ushering in the new dawn of House music to the masses. With focus shifting away from commercial crossovers and pop hits following the Swedish House Mafia's retirement, acts like Disclosure help bridge the gap thanks to their unique and refreshing deep-House / breakbeat / garage style sound. But it was the arrival of Tchami on scene, which really helped change the direction of electronic music. Dropping timeless hits like Adieu, Parisian Vicar later became a member of DJ Snake's Pardon My French crew alongside Mercer, and even joined forces with Malaa for the huge No Redemption tour which included London iconic Ministry of Sound club in Elephant & Castle, and Creamfields Steel Yard alongside UK acts Faithless and SIZE Records founder and SHM legend, Steve Angello.

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Methodology

The Recording Industry Association of America has changed its Album Award methodology to include on-demand audio and video streams, as well as track sale equivalent, in its Gold & Platinum Album Award. The Updating of programs Album process follows similar updates made to Digital Single certifications in 2013, when RIAA added on-demand stream to its Digital Single Award. Going forward, programs benchmarks for Gold, Platinum and Multi-Platinum will count both sales and streams for Single and Album certifications. 1 500 on-demand audio and / or video song streams will equal 10 track sales, or 1 album sale. The RIAAs Digital Single Award ratio will also be updated from 100 on-demand streams equals 1 download, to become 150 on-demand streams equals one download, to reflect the growth of streaming in the past two-plus years since the ratio was set. For nearly six decades, whether its vinyl, CDs, downloads or now streams, Gold & Platinum Program has adapted to recognize benchmarks of success in the evolving music marketplace, says Cary Sherman, Chairman and CEO, RIAA. We know that music listening-for both for albums and songs-is skyrocketing, yet that trend has not been reflected in our album certifications. Modernizing our Album Award to include music streaming is the next logical step in the continued evolution of Gold & Platinum Awards, and doing so enables RIAA to fully reward the success of artists ' albums today. With newly expanded Album Award methodology come inaugural certifications for several artists, across multiple genres. Country artists Brett Eldredge and Sam Hunt are among the first to benefit, with Eldredges Bring You Back earning Gold status, and Sam Hunts MCA Nashville release Montevallo earning 2X Multi-Platinum. Kendrick Lamar To Pimp Butterfly Platinum romeo Santos Formula Vol. 2 11X Diamante / RIAA Latin G & P Program Weeknd Beauty Behind Madness 2X Multi-Platinum

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