Pariah / Here From Where We Are
Album: Here From Where We Are   Collection:General
Artist:Pariah   Added:Jan 2019

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2019-02-14 Pull Date: 2019-04-18 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Apr 14 Mar 10 Feb 24
Airplays: 2 3 4

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 13, 2019: Music Casserole
Seed Bank
4. Mar 07, 2019: Reality Testing
2. Apr 09, 2019: For the Fam
Seed Bank
5. Mar 06, 2019: Brownian Motion
Seed Bank
3. Mar 09, 2019: Music Casserole
Seed Bank
6. Feb 20, 2019: Brownian Motion

Album Review
Reviewed 2019-01-30
Spacey minimalist beats suspended in ambient washes. Bladerunnercore. The excellent debut LP from Londoner Arthur Cayzer, who first made waves in 2010 – 2012 with a string of singles and EPs on the always-reliable R&S Records. All songs instrumental and FCC Clean. Recommended if you like the woozy percussion of Clark, GAS, and Objekt, or the more bliss-out leaning aesthetics of Boards of Canada, Bee Mask, Panabrite, or Pulse Emitter. Start with 1,7,3,4

*1. (4:44) Bright and shimmering. Repetitive chords lend this a heavy Philip Glass vibe 2. (4:52) Warm and floaty with gentle synth lines *3. (4:18) Calm, slow-building ambient with bits of deconstructed beats and crystalline apexes—reminds me of Floating Gardens or No Mind Meditation *4. (7:04) Gentle flutes, gurgling watery noises, repetitive synth arpeggios 5. (4:50) Dense, atmospheric, staticy. Lots of thematic changes 6. (3:00) Deep and meditative. Minimalist with drawn-out, extended synthesizer chords *7. (3:22) Wind chime intro, rainfall samples, bubbly synth spirals. Spacey minimal outro 8. (5:16) Static and looped horn samples over a plodding synth line 9. (3:58) Vangelis-style synthesizer buildup. Long babbling brook outro

Track Listing
1. Log Jam   5. At The Edge
2. Pith   6. Conifer
3. Seed Bank   7. Rain Soup
4. Linnaea   8. Drug The Lake
  9. Here From Where We Are