Praguedren / Serfs Of The Plant Kingdom
Album: Serfs Of The Plant Kingdom   Collection:General
Artist:Praguedren   Added:Jan 2012
Label:Dank Disk  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2012-11-04 Pull Date: 2013-01-06
Week Ending: Dec 23 Dec 2 Nov 25 Nov 18 Nov 11
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 3

Recent Airplay
1. Jan 10, 2013: minimum entropy
Plant Castles
4. Nov 21, 2012: minimum entropy
Plant Castles
2. Dec 18, 2012: Electrowave
Serfs Of The Plant Kingdom
5. Nov 14, 2012: minimum entropy
Plant Castles
3. Nov 28, 2012: minimum entropy
Fields And Haze
6. Nov 08, 2012: late night dryer

Album Reviews
Adam Pearson
Reviewed 2012-11-02
Kind of ambient downtempo chill spaced out stuff. Heavy delay. Open galaxy planetarium compositions. Lots of loops and layers. Sounds like it was made in Reason. Maybe like a Ninja Tune release on hydrocodone.

*1. Dreamy cosmic swirling textures meet trip hop. (3:56)
2. Celestial ambient delayyyy. (3:34)
3. Chill, low-key, simple beats. (4:37)
4. Distant voice-type sounds and slowly shifting bleeps fed through the delay stack. (3:22)
*5. Flaring organ sounds, ebbing celestial bliss. (3:52)
6. Glitch hop chill feel. Odd but interesting percussion, kind of cerebral. (5:16)
7. Trippy keys, nice bubbly chill elect. loop. (3:59)
Timmy Linetsky
Reviewed 2012-09-25
Serfs Of The Plant Kingdom
Dank Disk Records
Reviewed by Underbelly

Tomas Effliger and Sector Seventeen make music self-described as indietronicambientdubstepadelica. Mostly just ambient space music.

FCC Clean

1. Epic flushes of synths with distant drums for good measure. Some female vocals in the mix. Cool, I guess.

2. Waves after waves of uplifting space synths, not out of place on a space documentary soundtrack. Unremarkable.

3. Filtered down, phased out synth intro. Subtle electro drums; very 80's sounding. Great for a John Hughes movie!

4. Hollow, breathy synths drenched in reverb. More subtle drums. Downsampled synths pan stereophonically.

5. More o' the same expansive synth landscapes. These guys need a sense of humor!

6. More orchestral sounding. Slow, plodding drums. Somewhat unremarkable.

7. Breathy, vocal sounding synth pad. Subtle drums and touches of harpsicord.

Track Listing
1. Serfs Of The Plant Kingdom   4. Bromeliad
2. Helical   5. Fields And Haze
3. Moving Outward   6. Plant Castles
  7. Dreamless