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“Dan Mcrae: Thin Films Eskimo, produced by Dan Mcrae,...”

Written on: 13/05/2005 by bleach (3 reviews written)

Dan Mcrae: Thin Films Eskimo, produced by Dan Mcrae, is post-IDM mutant creativity. RIYD Squarepusher, early (or late, for that matter) Autechre, or some of the earlier Detroit techno (viz. a viz. the balancing music driven by concept, or vice versa) it has staying power. There is a lot of material to soak up here, and it ranges from dirty, almost grime, beats, to ascetic compositions that take some digging in the crates to find these days.
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“Dan Mcrae: Thin Films Eskimo: ”

Written on: 30/03/2005 by bleach (3 reviews written)

Dan Mcrae: Thin Films Eskimo:
What can often be missing from electronica and ambient music is a sense of tension, conflict, even harshness. That's why an album like Eskimo from Dan McRae, a.k.a. Thin Films, is like a breath of fresh cold Arctic air. The music on this CD is invigorating and edgy, as McRae expertly infuses his "cinematic electronica" with rough edges and forceful power. This balancing act, pitting lush keyboards and twinkling bell tones against aggressive snare, high-hat… Read Full Review

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