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10 years, 4 months ago at Dec 30 10:19
There was an interview about this album stating that it was made with Cubase SE and an old Mac. I've used Cubase before and how this guy managed to pull off such awesome music with it is beyond me. This album has two of my favourite tracks by him, those being Stoney Street and Easy Muffin. Like the whole album they're so chill and, of course, have a great jazz vide to them. There's been some comme... read more
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Description: Released in the spring of 1997, Bricolage was Amon Tobin's debut album for Ninja Tune which followed audio excursions for the now-legendary London imprint Ninebar. While his work became increasingly cinematic, this earlier material has more of a sense of fidget about it--with Bricolage actually defined as "something constructed by using whatever comes to hand". Whether reigning in "Easy Muffins" crunching low-end through touches of woodwind or attempting to calm the double-speed beats of "Yasawa" with sun drenched, Hawaiian guitar--juxtaposition is the key. The raging drum and bass which slipped int ... (more)
Manufacturer: Ninja Tune
Release date: 1 October 1999
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 5021392137124
Tags: 1997 (2), Electronic (1), Nu Jazz (1), 1990s (1)
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