Julia Holter - Ekstasis FLAC album
Ekstasis is the second studio album by the American musician Julia Holter. It was released on March 8, 2012, by RVNG International. Ekstasis received widespread acclaim from critics.
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Julia Holter second album, Ekstasis, is a collection of songs written and recorded across the span of three years in Los Angeles, California. Holter's songwriting stems from a mythological reverence of that which is incomprehensibly beautiful.
The album is inspired by Hippolytus, a play by Euripides. Holter recorded Tragedy with electronic instrumentation, largely out of necessity, since she lacked the funds to hire session musicians.
Julia Holter - Ekstasis Though technically her fifth studio album, last year's Tragedy on Leaving Records found diffuse-pop chanteuse Julia Holter finally stretching beyond the embrace of CD-R fetishism into the realms of experimental pseudo-celebrity. Though it wasn't necessarily a leap from the reclining textures and ed take on ambient-pop music of her past, there were newly notable hints at more conventional songcraft and hooks that made it seem a somewhat novel approach to past work
Julia Holter – Ekstasis. Format: 2 Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album. Alto Saxophone – Casey Anderson (2)Electric Bass – Kenny Gilmore.
Julia Holter's Ekstasis album is released next week. Follow up to last year's Tragedy, it's one of 2012's more interesting records so far and is beginning to whip up a fair bit of anticipation. A contemporary and friend of Ariel Pink and Nite Jewel's Ramona Gonzalez, on the surface Holter's music cleverly melds current and traditional folk forms with modern compositional techniques and electronics
Julia Holter's "Ekstasis" album is definitely invading the waters of pop music with more power than its predecessor "Tragedy". And it'sJulia Holter's "Ekstasis" album is definitely invading the waters of pop music with more power than its predecessor "Tragedy". And it's certainly better. Tracks have something that makes you forget yourself thanks to them.
Ekstasis is the second studio album by the American musician Julia Holter Contents. Ekstasis received widespread acclaim from critics Year-end rankings.
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Guitar – Corey Granet*
|3||In The Same Room||3:58|
|4||Boy In The Moon
Viola – Catherine Lamb
|6||Goddess Eyes II||6:23|
|7||Moni Mon Amie||3:31|
Clarinet, Bass Clarinet – Max Kaplan
|9||Goddess Eyes I||3:40|
|10||This Is Ekstasis
Alto Saxophone – Casey Anderson Electric Bass – Kenny Gilmore
- Copyright (c) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
- Design [Cover Design] – Kevin O'Neill
- Mastered By – Joe Lambert
- Mixed By, Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Cole M. Greif-Neill*
- Photography By – Rick Bahto
- Written-By, Performer, Producer, Engineer – Julia Holter
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