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  • Singer: Glossata
  • Album: Pearls & Smoke
  • MP3: 1458 mb | FLAC: 1395 mb
  • Released: 2012
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Dub Techno, Ambient, Minimal
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 641
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Glossata - Pearls & Smoke mp3 flac

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Pearls & Smoke ‎(CD, Album, Ltd). Moth Heaven Recordings. What a truly excellent album this is!!! Relaxing, romantic, eerie and deep are just some of the emotions coungered up when I listen to this. Check out track 4 "Swallowed up in an unalterable dream" for an absolutely mesmerising and beautiful track!!

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Glossata – Pearls & Smoke.

Now arrives her debut album as Glossata, entitled Pearls & Smoke, released on her own label Moth Heaven Recordings. Pearls & Smoke is an engrossing and deep venture with tones of romanticism, lush ambient rhythms and dusty techno beats.

Pearls and Smoke is the debut album by Glossata (although there have been more in a previous life as Alteria Percepsyne ) it was bought to my attention with the words The new Glossata album is full of dreamy drift-techno goodness. You might like this and like it I did. The album does indeed open with a dreamy drift in the shape of Lampsace. A beatless drone piece that really sets the tone for the rest of the album being both warm and deep whilst also being full of static, glitched voices and orchestral snatches on a bed on deep humming bass

Tracklist

Lampsace 3:25
Victoria's Fading Eyes 8:07
Oakwhales And Smoketails 2:53
Swallowed Up In An Unalterable Dream 14:18
Deeply Evoked By The Stars 4:52
Weaving The Fabric Of The Moon 7:47
Tending The Isle Of Lost Daughters 10:09
Dancing After Dark 9:47
Quaint, Faint Silhouettes 3:51

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MHR 001 Glossata Pearls & Smoke ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Moth Heaven Recordings MHR 001 UK 2013
MHR-001 Glossata Pearls & Smoke ‎(9xFile, FLAC) Moth Heaven Recordings MHR-001 UK 2012
Arcanescar
What a truly excellent album this is!!! Relaxing, romantic, eerie and deep are just some of the emotions coungered up when I listen to this.Check out track 4 "Swallowed up in an unalterable dream" for an absolutely mesmerising and beautiful track!! 10/10 Brilliant!!
Skilkancar
I loved the album and her other ones too!But I know why I love them so much, besides the mood and style of the techno she has built. Its because she sampled what is maybe my favorite music of all time, the Silent Hill OST's, and 80% of all the samples she used of the OST's comes from Silent Hill 2 OST, my favorite game of all time. So now I am a little disappointed because of that, I mean, I would be totally Ok if she just used the same samples that Akira Yamaoka used in the OST's, but you clearly can hear she is sampling right from the original songs, which IMO is not original/ethical. If she gave this album for free (like her last one) then this would not be a problem, but since she is selling it with a fixed amount of profit with the original work of other musician then that's not good.
Tiainar
I have to agree with you, they would have to mark the samples of the original source, or at least the name of the artist. However the "Pearls & Smoke" is really well done, but I was assured that a much more brilliant composer should stand behind Gossata's "Pearl & Smoke". Akira Yamaoka is indeed a brilliant musician and video game composer. I personally love the Japanese electronic music world, unparalleled and will always be one step ahead in front of the known world of electronic music today. In this case, 11 years before Glossata's album. /bow
Samardenob
"Swallowed Up In An Unalterable Dream" features an echoing repeating looped vocal comprised of overlaying samples taken from the track "Let Go" by Frou Frou played backwards. Towards the end of the track all the samples overlay each other while some of them are played forwards.
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