Puzleboy - Dear Matthew FLAC album
Puzleboy – Dear Matthew. Label: Machine Tribe Recordings – none.
On Black City, Matthew Dear constructs a world of dark, druggy lullabies and gothic disco anthems
Bunny, my newest album took 6 years to make
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Beams is the fifth studio album by Matthew Dear. It was released via Ghostly International in 2012. Clash placed it at number 28 on its list of the "Top 40 Albums of 2012". MusicOMH named it the 3rd best album of 2012.
Movement Electronic Music Festival (OFFICIAL) afterparty time. SUN, 26 MAY. Matthew Dear, Kenny Larkin, Kenny Glasgow, Hiroko Yamamura. Leland City Club (Official) · Detroit, MI, United States. Music · 1,161 people. 9 April ·. I'll be at Moogfest this year. More info at moogfest.
Listen to music from Matthew Dear like Bad Ones (feat. Tegan and Sara), Modafinil Blues & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Matthew Dear. Depending on whom you ask, Matthew Dear (born in Kingsville, Texas, USA) is a DJ, a dance-music producer, an experimental pop artist, a bandleader. He co-founded both Ghostly International and its dancefloor offshoot, Spectral Sound.
Bunny, my newest album took 6 years to make. I learned a lot of good stuff, forgot a lot of bad stuff, made some kids & rebuilt two homes.
Matthew Dear has written an album in Bunny that wholly reflects the person he is now. Throughout, there is a palpable sense that having a family has changed him but certainly not at the expense of the music.
Follow Matthew Dear and others on SoundCloud. 2011 Recorded live using: Eventide Space, Eventide TimeFactor, Elektron Octatrack, Traktor Scratch Pro, Allen & Heath Xone:92 ww. afemusic. House Techno Electric Pickle Matthew Dear DJ Set. Show more.
On Beams, basslines that switch between prowling post-punk and slithering funk, along with slash-and-prickle guitars and bounding drums, inch Matthew Dear closer to his inspirations. Dear's vocals are at their most expressive, imposing, and sinister. If kept to an inaudible volume, they could be used in a slasher flick as the mutterings of an obscene phone caller.