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2 Oct, 2012

Black Leaves And Fallen Branches - Vessel (5) - Punish, Honey (CD, Album)

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'Punish, Honey' the follow up to Vessel's critically acclaimed debut album 'Order of Noise' finds the always unpredictable Bristol based producer continuing to challenge himself and listeners alike. Wishing to move away from working with archetypal electronic sounds, with 'Punish, Honey' Vessel sought to create something that felt more organic 5/5(1).

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  1. Punish, Honey by Vessel, released 16 September 1. Febrile 2. Red Sex 3. Drowned in Water and Light 4. Euoi 5. Anima 6. Black Leaves and Broken Branches 7. Kin to Coal 8. Punish, Honey 9. DPM ‘Punish, Honey’ the follow up to Vessel’s critically acclaimed debut album ‘Order of Noise’ finds the always unpredictable Bristol based producer continuing to challenge himself and.
  2. On his early EPs and debut album Order of Noise, Vessel's Seb Gainsborough showed he was willing to forsake the obvious path as he challenged stylistic conventions and expectations about where he'd go next. Even so, Punish, Honey finds him taking his skills in a very different direction. Order of Noise's reverb-draped recombinations of techno, house, and dub showed he could expand on his short 8/
  3. Jan 12,  · Reply b. Ruth January 12, at pm. Tipper, “Fallen Leaves”, passing thru this world to a better life. As they decompose, the change brings an awakening in the Spring, the new earth and a promise of life forever!
  4. Nov 30,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Vessel - Punish, Honey at Discogs. Complete your Vessel collection/5(75).
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  7. The ocean deep sub-bass of ‘Black Leaves and Broken Branches’ and the gorgeous textures of the title track sandwich the hyper-aggressive ‘Kin To Coal’. Vessel wraps his second LP unapologetically with the searing stomper ‘DPM’, ending appropriately in a final fit of distortion.
  8. Album: Punish, Honey Label: Tri Angle Released: September, Skip navigation Vessel - Black Leaves and Fallen Branches by Celina Veloz. Vessel - Kin to Coal by Celina Veloz.
  9. One of Bristol's most interesting artists returns with an ace, oddly organic 2nd album for Tri Angle. 'Punish Honey' cements Vessel's unique position in modern electronica, not least as the first artist bestowed the honour of a 2nd full length on Tri Angle, but also due to his kink for a queered, oxidised alloy of organic and electronic tone, texture and timbre. In it, he uses electro-acoustic.

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