Regolith - Demdike Stare - Tryptych (CD)

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  1. Demdike Stare - Tryptych Modern Love; 23 videos; 28, views; Last updated on Jun 19, ; LOVE Demdike Stare - Regolith by Modern Love. Demdike Stare - The Stars Are Moving.
  2. Jan 24,  · Tryptych Demdike Stare Electronic ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music Quiet Sky 4 Caged In Stammheim 5 Eurydice 6 Regolith 7 The Stars Are Moving 8 Bardo Thodol 9 Matilda's Dream 10 Nothing But the Night 2 More By Demdike Stare See All. Elemental Wonderland Symbiosis.
  3. Jan 21,  · Demdike Stare’s Symbiosis snuck by me when it was first released, but last year I kept coming back to it. I’ve always been a fan of Miles Whittaker’s work as one half of Pendle Coven and of his solo work as MLZ. In , Whittaker and Sean Canty released three vinyl albums as Demdike Stare, each with an elegant black and white sleeve.
  4. TRYPTYCH by DEMDIKE STARE. This item has now sold out but take a look at what else we have in by Demdike Stare or similar artists. CD £ LOVE Jewel case reissue 3CD set on Modern Love. Sold out. Sold out. To bookend this tune, another fine excercise in meditative 'n' pulsating dark ambience called 'Regolith'. Bring on Round 3.
  5. Jan 24,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Tryptych by Demdike Stare Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app awchanjournplacfozahepsocarpanonssin.coinfog: Regolith.
  6. Demdike Stare is a collaboration between a techno DJ/producer and a dedicated crate-digger for Finders Keepers, one of those boutiquey Euro labels that issues albums of Czech cult-horror Missing: Regolith.
  7. With Tryptych, the UK duo of Demdike Stare (Sean Canty and Mike Whittaker) have released the best work of their career, too. The main difference is that its three spectral discs were all originally presented as individual albums last year: Forest of Evil, Liberation Through Hearing, and Voices of Dust.
  8. Demdike Stare – Tryptych review by Juno Reviews on at am. Artist Demdike Stare As mentioned above there’s a real progression to the Demdike Stare sound that unfurls across the course of the albums and it’s perhaps fun to view each of the albums as soundtracking most notably on tracks such as “Regolith”.

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