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Tadd Mullinix - Winking Makes A Face Album

Tadd Mullinix - Winking Makes A Face Album
Title:
Winking Makes A Face
Performer:
Tadd Mullinix
Style:
Glitch, IDM, Experimental
Released:
Nov 2000
Catalog:
GI-01
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1619 mb
FLAC album size:
2437 mb
Genre:
Label:
Ghostly International

Tracklist


1Twice Triumph6:22
2Lulla5:20
3Fin2:43
4Enfant Dans La Chambre Respirant5:23
5Commun Changement5:58
6Le Lit0:48
7Divided By Lines7:01
8Minajor7:42
9The Letter7:29
10Mother, Child, And Modern Life1:48


Credits


  • Design ConceptSam Valenti IV
  • Executive-ProducerSam Valenti IV
  • IllustrationMichael Segal
  • LayoutBe Hussey
  • Mastered ByJoshua Pardon
  • Other [Publicity] – Frank Nieto
  • Photography ByDoug Coombe
  • ProducerTadd Mullinix


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 804297900124


Album


Tadd Mullinix. Winking Makes a Face. From Michigan-based upstart Ghostly International, Tadd Mullinix churns out a set of dark, urbanized electronica that stood up to and succeeded many other recordings from that prolific genre in 2000. Mullinix takes a blend of the synthetic and devastating beats of Front 242 and some contemporary, glitchy electro sensibilities, and ties them together with a melodic progression unheard since Atari debuted the soundtrack to Tron. Album 2000 10 Songs. Winking Makes a Face Tadd Mullinix. Mullinex's debut, WINKING MAKES A FACE, immediately takes an IDM route, with the rough, skittering percussion and shifting, percolating melodies of Minajor. But Lulla takes a more delicate path, with twinkling bell tones, a late synth string section and a beat that stays subdued and momentarily resolves into a steady pace. The brisk keys of Divided By Lines actually belie that track's delicacy, whereas the harpsichord on Enfant Dans La Chambre Respirant gives into a scratchy hip-hop inspired rhythm, a sound that will reprise somew. Winking Makes a Face, 2000. Minajor, 07:42. Lulla, 05:20. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Release Date 2002-11-01. Label Ghostly International. Enfant Dans La Chambre Respirant Original Mix. Electronica, Downtempo. Tadd Mullinix: Le Lit, Divided By Lines, Enfant Dans La Chambre Respirant и другие песни. From the Album, Winking Makes A Face, on Ghostly International. photos by Doug Coombe. Provided to YouTube by BWSCD, Inc. Twice Triumph Tadd Mullinix Winking Makes a Face 2002 Ghostly International Released on: 2000-11-01 Producer: Tadd Bry. Twice Triumph. Tadd Mullinix: American musician from Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, also known by the aliases James T. Cotton and SK-1. During his adolescent years, he grew up in Troy, MI. His Winking Makes a Face was the first album released by Ann Arbor's Ghostly International. Parting with the IDM sound of Winking. the first Dabrye album was 2001's OneThree, whose take on instrumental hip-hop paralleled the work of artists such as Prefuse 73. His early influences are White Zombie and 7 Seconds. His first band in high school was Battery 3, a shoegazing takeoff of the band Spacemen 3. Listen free to Tadd Mullinix Winking Makes A Face Minajor, Lulla and more. 10 tracks 50:35. Album starts at 175BPM, ends at 127BPM -48, with tempos within the 65-177BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing


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Reviews:
  • Ferri - My name
Tadd Mullinex's debut, WINKING MAKES A FACE, immediately takes an IDM route, with the rough, skittering percussion and shifting, percolating melodies of "Minajor." But "Lulla" takes a more delicate path, with twinkling bell tones, a late synth string section and a beat that stays subdued and momentarily resolves into a steady pace.. The brisk keys of "Divided By Lines" actually belie that track's delicacy, whereas the harpsichord on "Enfant Dans La Chambre Respirant" gives into a scratchy hip-hop inspired rhythm, a sound that will reprise somewhat on "Commun Changement" and "The Letter." A fascinating listen.