Dan Deacon - Gliss Riffer mp3 downloadPerformer: Dan Deacon
Title: Gliss Riffer
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Experimental Rock,Indie Electronic
Location: Bedrock, Los Angeles, CA
Released: February 24, 2015
Size MP3 version: 1860 mb
Size FLAC version: 1439 mb
Size WMA version: 1307 mb
Format: MP3 AC3 DTS MP4 MPC MMF
Genre: Pop Rock
Dan Deacon - Gliss Riffer mp3 download
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Album · 2015 · 8 Songs. Gliss Riffer Dan Deacon.
As on all of Deacon's albums, it's the moments where he seems to be discovering something new that prove the most exciting.
Gliss Riffer is the seventh studio album by American electronic musician Dan Deacon. It was released on February 25, 2015, on Domino Records. The album's title is combination of the common music term "Gliss", short for glissando, and riffer, "one who plays sick riffs". In an interview with NPR, Deacon said: "It's something that auto-correct wants to make sure that no one can actually type: I've seen 'Glass Rafter,' 'Gloss Dripper.
Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: December 5, 2012 - Dan Deacon – Wish Book Volume 1 (2012). August 2, 2012 - Dan Deacon – America (2012). June 8, 2009 - Dan Deacon – Bromst (2009).
Gliss Riffer marks new territory for Synth-pop outsider Dan Deacon who returns with this laid back, colourful, trippy and slightly bizarre offering. Fresh from touring in support of Arcade Fire, Baltimore’s Dan Deacon has returned to a simpler way of writing and recording with this self produced offering. Now before I start let me nail my colours firmly to the mast. The album starts out brightly enough, lead track Feel The Lightning is an interesting and multilayered offering which adds a very pleasant female vocal counterpoint to Deacons vocal. I was surprised to learn from the record company blurb that both the male and female vocals are actually provided by Dan Deacon himself.
Gliss Riffer offers some of the purest pop pleasures Deacon has done, yet they’re fused to an album that comes across as deeply anxious and unsettled, a mixture that makes for a fractious listening experience.
Sticker reads: "DAN DECON GLISS RIFFER includes mp3 download card" Comes with a printed inner sleeve.
This kind of adversarial back and forth continues throughout the album, the basis of a bricklaying approach in which harsh sounds are piled atop soft ones in stratified layers, each track accumulating elements as it progresses. Deacon isn't one for variation, at least not in terms of song structure.
|1||Feel the Lightning Dan Deacon||Dan Deacon||4:53|
|2||Sheathed Wings Dan Deacon||Dan Deacon||4:08|
|3||When I Was Done Dying Dan Deacon||Dan Deacon||4:18|
|4||Meme Generator Dan Deacon||Dan Deacon||4:31|
|5||Mind on Fire Dan Deacon||Dan Deacon||3:51|
|6||Learning to Relax Dan Deacon||Dan Deacon||6:44|
|7||Take It to the Max Dan Deacon||Dan Deacon||7:48|
|8||Steely Blues Dan Deacon||Dan Deacon||7:35|
CreditsAndrew Bernstein - Saxophone
Rob Carmichael - Design
Dan Deacon - Arranger, Composer, Engineer, Mixing, Primary Artist, Producer
Joanna Fields - Illustrations
Mike Marsh - Mastering
Patrick McMinn - Assistant Engineer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Kevin O'Meara - Drums
Albert Schatz - Assistant Engineer