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Exitmusic - The Decline Of The West album

Exitmusic - The Decline Of The West album
  • Performer Exitmusic
  • Title The Decline Of The West
  • Date of release 2007
  • Style Shoegaze, Indie Rock
  • Other formats VOX MP1 MP4 AUD MIDI DTS XM
  • Genre Electronic / Rock
  • Size MP3 1643 mb
  • Size FLAC 1512 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 148

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Playing EXITMUSIC's debut The Decline Of The West is like washing in a passionate wall of emotion. This male/female duo feeds their songwriting with bits of trance-like ambience (part Portishead meets Massive Attack, part Sarah Nixey meets Calico Sunset) and ethereal post-rock lendings (Blonde Redhead flirting with Viva Voce). Apparently recorded in various Los Angeles apartments, this 8-song full-length carries a lot of blissed out arrangements that slowly build into heartbreaking, atmospherically sufficating sugar pills  . Listen to a few tracks below and hunt this album down! Not to be missed. I'm just at a loss for words now, and can't articulate its awesomeness appropriately.

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The "Decline" is largely concerned with comparisons of the Classical and Western Cultures, but some examples are taken from the Arabian, Chinese, and Egyptian Cultures. Each Culture arises within a specific geographical area and is defined by its internal coherence of style in terms of art, religious behavior and psychological perspective. Central to each Culture is its conception of space which is expressed by an "Ursymbol".

Exitmusic Space Oddity (A Tribute To David Bowie).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Following Winds
Percussion – Seth Olansky
5:03
2 Strike Anywhere 4:53
3 The Decline Of The West
Drums – Anders Griffen
5:55
4 Slow Parade 4:33
5 Everybody Row 3:38
6 The Father's Estate
Percussion – Seth Olansky
4:48
7 Here's Sunset 4:31
8 Exit Music 4:30

Credits

  • Artwork – Tony Palladino
  • Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards, Music By, Lyrics By, Performer, Mixed By – Devon Church
  • Mixed By, Mastered By – Chris Arvan
  • Photography By – Lauren Dukoff
  • Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Music By, Lyrics By, Performer, Mixed By – Aleksa Palladino

Notes

All songs © 2007 EXITMUSIC recordings.
Produced, engineered and recorded in various Los Angeles apartments by EXITMUSIC.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 16892 92322 0
  • Matrix / Runout: 8258 - ALEKSADE1 092407
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT05
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI A650


Talk about Exitmusic - The Decline Of The West


Ausstan
Playing EXITMUSIC's debut The Decline Of The West is like washing in a passionate wall of emotion. This male/female duo feeds their songwriting with bits of trance-like ambience (part Portishead meets Massive Attack, part Sarah Nixey meets Calico Sunset) and ethereal post-rock lendings (Blonde Redhead flirting with Viva Voce). Apparently recorded in various Los Angeles apartments, this 8-song full-length carries a lot of blissed out arrangements that slowly build into heartbreaking, atmospherically sufficating sugar pills. The duo (Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church) handle almost all of the instrumentation and share vocal duties, but the real treat is Aleksa's breathy vox weaving throughout the melancholy pocket orchestra's. Church adds a subtle amount of cocky dryness to offset The Decline Of The West's glazed charm, making the whole thing come off like a forlorn yet casually epic affair. In short, if you love dramatic/cinematic noise-pop, EXITMUSIC will delight. Without a doubt, this record wil be in the running for best DIY album of the year. "-THEBLACKANDWHITEMAG"For some reason, Exit Music is really working for me right now ... off-kilter, post-punk atmospheric leanings, slurred vocals and a slow, moody aesthetic; this is what I want to hear right now. It's far from the summery pop I've been ingesting for the past few months, and it's not even what I'd called "fall music" (if such a classification could be made). It's darker, yeah, and beneath the loosely assembled eight tracks from the debut LP, The Decline of the West, there's a dark meticulousness that's heart-wrenching in an enchanting, hard-to-place sort of way.That makes little sense, I think, but like Edit Music writes, "Sometimes the biggest influences are the hardest to pin down ... This is just how we process our days."And this is just how I'm processing my days now. Sluggish, yet utterly confusing and perplexing. Soft-spoken yet frustrated and irritable. I love it. I love the extremeness of it all ... the black and white nature of every strained song, the languor that is squeezed into every song.Exit Music sounds a little bit like old shoe gaze, a little bit like Radiohead, a lot like Galaxy 500 and Low ... you get the idea. Listen to a few tracks below and hunt this album down! Not to be missed ... I'm just at a loss for words now, and can't articulate its awesomeness appropriately."-BIBABIDI