Miura, Yasushi / Tide
Album: Tide   Collection:General
Artist:Miura, Yasushi   Added:Jan 2007

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2007-03-11 Pull Date: 2007-05-13 Charts: Electronic
Week Ending: May 13 Apr 1 Mar 18
Airplays: 2 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. May 11, 2007: 408's Finest
3. Mar 30, 2007: beat.net chapter 63.0: subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is
2. May 10, 2007: An Epiphany Of Sound - Jay-J's WMC Party special Pt. 4
4. Mar 12, 2007: Speak Me How To Teach

Album Review
Reviewed 2007-02-14
Yasushi Miura - Tide [23:12]

Manic IDM/DnB. Half of it is somewhere inbetween Gabber and Video Game music -- highly repetitive, echoey keyboard riffs with quick underlying bass beats -- and the other half more IDM-y, with chopped up clicks and beeps and abstract passages. *All FCC Clean.* Track #6.

1. Delayed beginning. Glitchy arrhythmic spinning-radio-dial melodic noise. [1:53]

2. Repetitive, high BPM gabbery keyboardy glitch. Shiny two-second riff continues throughout the entire song, with longer arcs of sound playing behind it. [5:12]

3. Similarly cheerful/fast two-second keyboard riff runs through the whole song, with pulsing bass beneath it. [3:44]

4. Blips and beeps with echo-ey woman’s voice speaking sliced up Japanese. Like a nurse speaking to you as you rise from a long coma. [1:04]

5. Like tracks 1-3, but a little slower and less like the theme song to some game that takes place in outer space, with a chopped up voice-like rhythm track. [4:15]

**6. Mixes things up much more than any of the other tracks -- slower, more intricate, with something much more resembling traditional song structure. More IDM than DnB; slow atmospheric chiming sounds rise and fall beneath a slower main keyboard theme, video game bass, and the ever-present blips and beeps. [7:04]


Track Listing
1. Night Fall   4. Lotus
2. Calk   5. Halucination
3. Tag End   6. Olive