|Album:||Xi Versions Of Black Noise||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Pantha Du Prince||Added:||May 2011|
|Add Date:||2011-06-12||Pull Date:||2011-08-14||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||Aug 14||Aug 7||Jul 31||Jul 24||Jul 17||Jul 10||Jul 3||Jun 26|
|1.||Aug 09, 2011:||feelin' the music
The Sight Below Version Of “A Nomad’S Retreat”
|4.||Aug 04, 2011:||YOUTH DEMOGRAPHIC RADIO: JUICE!
Four Tet Version Of “Stick To My Side”
|2.||Aug 07, 2011:||lost and found
Hieroglyphic Being Version Of “Satellite Sniper”
|5.||Jul 30, 2011:||You Can't Handle the Truth
Die Vögel Version Of “Welt Am Draht”
|3.||Aug 04, 2011:||Alachinada!
Moritz Von Oswald The One Version Of “Welt Am Draht”
|6.||Jul 26, 2011:||feelin' the music
Animal Collective Version Of “Welt Am Draht”
FCC: Clean Try: 2, 1, 5, 9
1) 6:36 * Rumbling, organic, empty hallways and comforting keyboards way in the distance.
2) 6:38 ** Somewhat uplifting. Gradually approaches techno. A tiny horn orchestra in an abandoned warehouse with a touch of electronics.
3) 6:47 The Panda Bear collaboration, now without Panda Bear. Deep and techy, subdued.
4) 6:47 Four Tet on the keys and effects. Those notes are flying all over the place, bleepy, bloppy, bouncy. Panda Bear is invited, too.
5) 8:17 * Starts out slow, ambient. Pulsating bass line takes over, subtle hi hats whooshing away.
6) 7:33 Sounds like the original with a little extra oomph. Panda Bear fades in, but not much else to be excited about.
7) 8:00 Things get all industrial. Clonks and wobbly noises.
8) 8:24 Dark, Berghain style (albeit slightly softer). Mesmerizing male vocals in the background, mysterious sound.
9) 6:49 * Sounds like Animal Collective fed Steve Reich some drugs and let him layer away. Fragile composition, lots of subtlety.
10) 6:04 Slow, abstract percussion. Four Tet-like ringing bells.
11) 6:29 Distant guitar strumming, beautifully balances the glockenspiel from the original and Panda Bear’s dreamy voice.