Prurient - Time's Arrow FLAC album
Title: Time's Arrow
Style: Darkwave, Industrial
FLAC version ZIP size: 1453 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1338 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1757 mb
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Prurient readies Time’s Arrow. Prurient is set to follow up his acclaimed Bermuda Drain album with an EP of new material, Time’s Arrow. Bermuda Drain, released back in summer on Hydra Head, found the Hospital Productions founder – hitherto most commonly associated with corrosive noise and power electronics – drawing instead on his long-standing love of techno, synth-wave, EBM and dark ambience to create an extremely powerful, original and impassioned album of alternative pop music
Time's Arrow (12", EP, Ltd, Num, TP, W/Lbl). Times Arrow is a an EP split in two, with the A side's eponymous 2 tracks doing Dominick's take on Neu!, as it sounds very krautrock-ish mixed with dark-ambient-techno. While side B's 3 songs are full of unnerving, crepitating sound entropy, harsh noise stabs are punctuated by more dark-ambient, spoken word, a faintly tribal noise aspect, static storms, barbed screaming and processed vocal invectives.
Prurient in 2011 is drawing just such lines, and Time's Arrow proves this point explicitly. Here we bear witness to Dominick Fernow's long running project once again evolving, unfolding, permeating. Taking a bold step away from the sounds which drew attention his way in the formative years, he is clearly moving towards something new, something still taking form in the present moment. For many artists who have careers that span more than an album or two, there are often various lines visible in their work - a line from origin to current form, lines between different paradigms of sound, lines across which fans of different manifestations of the artist will not cross. Prurient in 2011 is drawing just such lines, and Time's Arrow proves this point explicitly.
Time's Arrow, the new EP from Prurient, continues in a similar transformative vein - at least it does initially.
With his new album as Prurient, Dominick Fernow personalizes the shuddering sounds of static while offering surprising moments of contemplation. Brandon Stosuy talks to him about writing love songs and finding truth between fact and fiction. The one-time Cold Cave member’s interest in electronics can be traced back as far as 2006’s brilliant Pleasure Ground, and more recently he’s released collections of dance music as Vatican Shadow on the respected UK imprint Modern Love, home to Andy Stott and Demdike Stare. He’s also folded more of that influence into Prurient, most clearly on 2013’s underrated Through the Window, but also on the eclectic 2011 efforts, Bermuda Drain and Time's Arrow