Egyptrixx - Its Always Places Like This FLAC album
Title: Its Always Places Like This
Style: Electro, Ghetto
FLAC version ZIP size: 1982 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1546 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1991 mb
Other Formats: TTA AC3 MPC ASF AUD VOC DXD
Based out of Toronto, Psutka launched the project in 2008 with the album It's Always Places Like This, a ghetto-tec. .After a more experimental album released under the name Ceramic TL in 2016, the fourth Egyptrixx album Pure, Beyond Reproach surfaced in early 2017. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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The result is a beefier but no less beautiful album, with shimmering keys and hard stabbing drums on the title track, waves of chilled-out bass on ‘Water’ and drill beats gone berserk on the clanging ‘Adult’; the perfect soundtrack for anyone who dreams they’re caught in a platform game.
I’ve always thought of the Egyptrixx project as one that takes the elements of club music and uses them in an experimental and reductive way, explains David Psutka. It’s always zoomed-out a couple degrees from club music. On the just-released Transfer of Energy, Psutka continues to explore the ice-cold ambience, angular percussion and deconstructed club tropes of 2013’s A/B Til Infinity. When FACT last spoke with him, he described that album as a narrowing of the concepts first presented on his debut album Bible Eyes. Transfer of Energy is more of a continuation than.
Mixing techno, garage, tech-house, and what have you, Egyptrixx is the moniker of Toronto producer David Psutka. Based out of Toronto, Psutka launched the project in 2008 with the album It's Always Places Like This, a ghetto-tech and bass-oriented release that featured a guest spot from legendary Dance Mania producer DJ Slugo. His 2010 EP Battle for North America found him on the Aaahh! Real Monsters label and pleasing the dubstep crowd with deep bass, while that same year his Chrysalis Records EP arrived on the RCRD LBL imprint with vocals from Trust (Robert Alfons) and more indie electronic-oriented tones.
Over the course of its four minutes it flits through abstract alien mantras, jittery metallic pings, and distant drones that taken together sound like the more brittle recordings that Louis Carnell has made as Visionist, or a shattered and pieced back together version of his own work as Egyptrixx.
Places Like This is the third studio album by Architecture in Helsinki, which was released in Australia on 27 July 2007 at the launch of their Australian tour. It was also released in Japan on 18 July, Europe on 8 August, and in the United States on 21 August. It debuted at No. 31 on the ARIA Albums Chart, and dropped to No. 49 in its second week
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|1||Bass Boomy Loud||7:02|
|2||Bass Boomy Loud (Dub)||7:02|
|3||Rinse Dat Sh!t||4:31|
Featuring – DJ Slugo
|6||On Da Flo||4:19|
|7||Rinse Dat Sh!t (Bombaman's Telemarketing Remix)
Remix – Bombaman
|8||Bass Boomy Loud (Shinra Remix)
Remix – Shinra