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  • Artista:
    Elliott Thomas
  • Título:
    Sirius
  • Género:
  • Estilo:
    Deep House
  • Fecha de publicación:
    2013
  • País:
    UK
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2799 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    1836 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    2546 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.6
  • Votos:
    421
  • Registro de:
    Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM

Lista de canciones

1Sirius10:11
2Desert Light5:35

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VR011DElliott Thomas Sirius ‎(2xFile, AAC, EP, VBR)VoyeurhythmVR011DUK2013

Créditos

  • Written-By, ProducerElliott Thomas

Notas

A side plays @ 33 1/3 rpm
B side plays @ 45 rpm

Made In The EU

Empresas

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Voyeurhythm
  • Copyright (c) – Voyeurhythm

Vídeo

Álbum

Listen free to Elliott Thomas Sirius Sirius, Desert Light. 2 tracks 15:46. The album title refers to the star Sirius B. It was released simultaneously with Lemuria. The cover artwork was by Thomas Ewerhard. The Blood of Kingu 5:45. Son of the Sun 5:35. The Khlysti Evangelist 5:38. Dark Venus Persephone 4:02. Kali Yuga, Part 1 3:27. Kali Yuga, Part 2 5:48. The Wondrous World of Punt 7:19. Melek Taus 5:31. Call of Dagon 4:14. Impressive Voyeurhythm Debut By Elliott Thomas, Straight Out Of Portland Oregon Elliot Delivers A Journey Filled First Record. Known For His Kick Ass Live Sets In The Bay Area, Camera Shy Elliot Shows True Mastery Of His Tools Well Beyond His Years. The A Side Sirius Is A Serious Instrumental Number Filled With Analogue Sweeping Synths And Percussive Roland Drums Reminisce Of Old Recloose And Carl Craig. The B Side Desert Light Has Elliot Come To The Floor With His Own Vocals, Dubbed Out Bass And Shows Hes Ready To Forge His Own Style Of Electronic Music. Elliott Thomas. eMU DEAL. SALE 50 Off. EMU PRICE: eMU. MEMBER PRICE: . Buy album now. Members Save 50 off Retail Sirius. Members Save 50 off Retail: . Catalogue Number: VR011 Order: Impressive Voyeurhythm debut by Elliott Thomas, straight out of Portland Oregon Elliot Voyeurhythm debut by Elliott Thomas, straight out of Portland Oregon Elliot delivers a journey filled first record. Known for his kick ass live sets in the bay area, camera shy Elliot shows true mastery of his tools well beyond his years. The a side Sirius is a serious instrumental number filled with analogue sweeping synths and percussive Roland drums reminisce of old Recloose and Carl Craig. The b side Desert light has Elliot come to the floor with his own vocals, dubbed out bass and shows hes ready to forge his own style of electronic music. Written, recorded and produced by Elliott Thomas AKA Etbonz Released by Voyeurhythm in early 2013. If you like Sirius, you may also like: Colours Of Infinity by Colours Of Infinity. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Aug 15, 2017. go to album. Lump Sum Slum Lord by Mophono. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Sep 13, 2016. I Will Remember It All Differently by Alter der Ruine. Impressive Voyeurhythm debut by Elliott Thomas, straight out of Portland Oregon Elliot delivers a journey filled first record. Available in limited run vinyl. Thomas Elliott - Smile 03:43, Kbs. Thomas Elliott - Gold Country 2018. Gold Country 2018 - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Gold Country to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Gold Country 2018. Sirius' vibes Gotta have this on wax


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What a strong release. This appears to be the debut EP for Elliott Thomas, and it manifests two songs that are deeply emotive in unique ways. Thomas has crafted a style here that transcends the more minimal angle of house, to brilliant effect.

On the A side we have the EP’s namesake track Sirius. Whereas the hats, claps, and other percussion are a nod to the 808 nostalgia—with basic elements that are now again ubiquitous in house music—they sing and weave seamlessly into a lightly flanged bass-line that flutters excitedly. Though gentle on the ears, the delicate layers of low-end frequencies growl with pure dancefloor material. Though an elaborate 10 minute foray into Thomas’ style, Sirius manages to mesmerize you with a series of breaks that always promise a subtle change up in melody or rhythm. Suddenly 10 minutes pass and you've enjoyed every one of them.

Desert Light is the airier, colorful, and more emotional complement to the EP. I think it to even be the stronger of the two tracks, but not by any significant margin. Having a wider stereo presence than the slightly more centered, drier sound of Sirius, Desert Light has provided Thomas with the latitude to embellish his ideas presented on the A side with one that paints the sky with sustained, sweeping chords that rise and fall with majestic, yet simple, melancholic beauty.

Desert Light manifests as a more condensed journey, partially due to being about half as long as Sirius. But with considerably less repetition than Sirius, and several melodies that fade in and fade out—sometimes lasting mere seconds—Desert Light bursts with emotion. As an effect, it is as though it is a plea to seize the days with no time to waste, when he says: “got to go, got to go, so will you take me away, before visions fade.” An arpeggio sits front and center, first emerging as the constant reminder that “visions fade” falls out around the 2-minute mark, and its memorable presence is what ultimately lifts an already delightful song to an epic experience. Still rising, more fleeting melodies are introduced from then on, and Desert Light betrays a symphony of music that drives home the final two minutes. The effect of dropping fleeting melodies and voices—and then taking them away just as they were becoming familiar, old friends—generates an impulse in you that cries out with urgent yearning. So that, when the song ends, you are left with unresolved, unquenchable emotion. On that basis, Desert Light resonates well.

I'm really hoping for more of Elliott Thomas' works.