Triptet - Figure In The Carpet mp3 downloadPerformer: Triptet
Title: Figure In The Carpet
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Figure in the Carpet by Triptet, released 13 November 2012 1. External Rhyme 2. Gates of Glass 3. Figure in the Carpet 4. Palimpsest 5. Rain Tractor 6. Ode to the Nightwatchman 7. Under Land 8. Tuning the Blue City 9. The Myth of an Ordinary Man 10. Surfactants Michael Monhart: saxophone, electronics Tom Baker: fretless guitar, theremin, electronics Greg Campbell: drums, junk percussion, French horn Where Triptet’s debut Imaginary Perspective revolved around listening to long clouds of slow morphing sound, Figure in the Carpet is a darker journey. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Where Triptet’s debut Imaginary Perspective revolved around listening to long clouds of slow morphing sound, Figure in the Carpet is a darker journey.
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Triptet's music is hard to categorize within one particular genre. The Seattle based group's second release, Figures in the Carpet, is a unique cross between the hypnotic ambience of synth-pop and avant-garde jazz's complex and dissonant harmonies. Elegiac and mystical motifs and free-flowing spontaneity endow the album with a thematic unity. The deconstructed lullaby "Surfactants," for example, opens with wistful chimes over waves of robotic drone and other sonic effects.
Engine Records, 2018. Figure in the carpet. Engine Records, 2012. Imaginary Perspective (2011). Engine Records, 2011. You Can See The Bottom. Present Sounds Recordings, 2009. Low Ways Records, 2009.
The Figure in the Carpet" is a short story (sometimes considered a novella) by American writer Henry James first published in 1896. The Figure in the Carpet has evaded definitive interpretation
It may be that ‘The Figure in the Carpet’, then, was partly motivated by James’s desire to offer his altogether more studied and subtle take on a similar theme to the one we encounter in Wilde’s story. But this remains somewhat speculative. What we can analyse in James’s story is the narration, and this is important for two reasons.
Figure in the Carpet. Circulasione Totale Orchestra.
|2||Gates of Glass||Triptet||3:36|
|3||Figure In the Carpet||Triptet||7:01|
|6||Ode To the Nightwatchman||Triptet||6:58|
|8||Turning the Blue City||Triptet||5:27|
|9||The Myth of an Ordinary Man||Triptet||8:03|
CreditsTom Baker - Electronics, Fretless Guitar, Theremin
Greg Campbell - Electronics, French Horn, Percussion
Anjali Grant - Letter Design
Michael Monhart - Electronics, Saxophone
Triptet - Primary Artist
Steven Walcott - Mastering, Mixing