Stateless / Matilda
Album: Matilda   Collection:General
Artist:Stateless   Added:Mar 2011
Label:Ninja Tune  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2012-11-04 Pull Date: 2013-01-06
Week Ending: Dec 23 Dec 9 Dec 2 Nov 18
Airplays: 2 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Dec 19, 2012: Meow After Midnight
Miles To Go
4. Nov 29, 2012: Meow After Midnight
2. Dec 18, 2012: Electrowave
5. Nov 14, 2012: Whoa! Downbeat.
Song For The Outsider, Ariel
3. Dec 04, 2012: We're All Alright
6. Jun 28, 2012: The Drone's Zone. Bee Yourself.

Album Review
The Groovemachine
Reviewed 2012-06-28
Incredible album, should be listened from start to finish. Disc 2 is instrumentals.

1: Slow buildup then a gritty drop with distorted voices. A sense of foreboding. Male lead vocals.
2: * Driving bass with a middle eastern tinge. One of the best tracks.
3: Whispy melodies. Very atmospheric while still having a heavy beat.
4: Interesting wailing vocals.
5: * This track just rocks. Takes some time to pick up speed but once it does, you really "Can't Stop!" Dubsteppy beat.
6: An ambient/folk "palette cleanser" as it were. Shortest track on album.
7: Vocal duet, male and female. Ponderous, powerful, and depressing.
8: Strings provide a textured background without letting the bass overwhelm. Falsetto male vocals, which sound a bit like Thom Yorke.
9: * Forget drum solos and guitar solos, violin solos are where it's at!
10: Strings start this one out. Another tragic nostalgic song, full of regret.
11: Similar Middle Eastern tinge as track 2. Second half of the song is very different. Much less bass, and a sorrowful piano plays us out.
End scene. Exit stage left. Bravo. : D

Track Listing
1. Curtain Call   6. Red Sea
2. Ariel   7. I'm On Fire
3. Miles To Go   8. Ballad Of Ngb
4. Visions   9. Song For The Outsider
5. Assassinations   10. Junior
  11. I Shall Not Complain