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  • Kazradal says:
    Jan 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Succour on Discogs. Label: Warp Records - WARP LP 28 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: IDM, Ambient/5().
  • Donos says:
    May 08,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Seefeel - Succour at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Seefeel collection/5().
  • Marisar says:
    Nov 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Succour on Discogs.
  • Banris says:
    Jul 02,  · Seefeel on the famous Warp label created in this brute diamond that we can call emblematic in that respect. This is all mixage, the union of combinable differences. For instance Seefeel departs with the simplicity of tribal rythms, which are formed by layers of different all time encompassing beats, a part of ethereal-drone architecture /5(7).
  • Fegal says:
    Even more percussively obnoxious is "Vex" (a perfect title, under the circumstances), but it's the first time that listeners might recognize Seymour's bass amongst all the heavy treatments (and that's near the end of the album). What redeems Succour is a half-dozen other tracks, like the edgy polyrhythms and watery ambience of "When Face Was 6/
  • Moogukasa says:
    Succour is self-consciously moodier, harder, and more minimalistic. This album is also way less interesting. "Extract", in particular, is a repetitive bore based on a bland riff that goes nowhere and seems to last exponentially longer than its seven and a half minute running time.
  • Vogor says:
    The first track is a nice reassuring way to start the album, beautiful ringing guitar feedback worthy of Hair & Skin Trading Company, Final, E.A.R or even John Mclaughlins track "miles out", mutating into exotic electro tinged chords. After that the real business of the album begins, Dub is .
  • Brashura says:
    Even more percussively obnoxious is "Vex" (a perfect title, under the circumstances), but it's the first time that listeners might recognize Seymour's bass amongst all the heavy treatments (and that's near the end of the album). What redeems Succour is a half-dozen other tracks, like the edgy polyrhythms and watery ambience of "When Face Was.
  • Sall says:
    Nov 15,  · A tense, dubwise version of that record’s title-track is included here, but at the time the three other cuts Seefeel laid down for John Peel were previously-unreleased. ‘Vex’ would appear on their Succour LP the following year, but no studio recordings ‘Phazemaze’ and .

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