Eno.Hyde / Someday World
Album: Someday World   Collection:General
Artist:Eno.Hyde   Added:May 2014
Label:Warp Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2014-05-16 Pull Date: 2014-07-18
Week Ending: Jul 20 Jul 13 Jul 6 Jun 29 Jun 22 Jun 15 Jun 8 Jun 1
Airplays: 1 1 3 1 3 3 4 5

Recent Airplay
1. Aug 27, 2014: maximum entropy
The Satelites
4. Jul 01, 2014: Meow
A Man Wakes Up
2. Jul 14, 2014: Street Hassle
To Us All
5. Jun 30, 2014: Eclectic Erudition (Bobby Womack Jam)
Daddy's Car
3. Jul 11, 2014: Octagonal Banana
A Man Wakes Up
6. Jun 29, 2014: Cashews, Pistachios and rock
The Satelites

Album Review
Mister Esquire
Reviewed 2014-05-12
As Reviewed By Mister Esquire.

Eno-core/The Core of Eno-core.
another Eno collaboration, this time with Karl Hyde (Underwood). vocals on all tracks. accessible&experimental: it's Eno. and the whole thing is very positive and uplifting.
don't let that deter you from playing this.
1. trumpets all over. gets throbbing, then goes into epic.
2. tribal into loungey into epic.
3. PURR-FECT: Eno's own 'once in a lifetime.' juju invades the circuits.
4. PURR-FECT II (TIE):that eno-esque chord...percolating. female voice talking. a list.
5. imagine a bicycle tire turning very fast. faster and faster. ethereal, ghostly vox.
6. almost sultry. very Euro. Depechey.
7. PURR-FECT II (TIE): percolating into juju into epic. ethereal momentum. vox at end sound like Billy Bragg.
8. synthy, processed, jumbled.
9. PURR-FECT II (TIE): slowed Eno-core. throbbing. wandering and crawly. some form of life is born on another planet.

Track Listing
1. The Satelites   5. Strip It Down
2. Daddy's Car   6. Mother Of A Dog
3. A Man Wakes Up   7. Who Rings The Bell
4. Witness   8. When I Built This World
  9. To Us All