Bowery Electric - Bowery Electric album flac
|Sounds In Motion||3:01|
|Next To Nothing||7:33|
|Long Way Down||4:12|
|Over And Over||2:30|
|Deep Sky Objects||5:04|
|Out Of Phase||5:37|
|KRANK 007||Bowery Electric||Bowery Electric (CD, Album)||Kranky||KRANK 007||US||1995|
|KRANK 007||Bowery Electric||Bowery Electric (LP, Album)||Kranky||KRANK 007||US||1995|
|KRANK 007||Bowery Electric||Bowery Electric (LP, Album, Blu)||Kranky||KRANK 007||US||1995|
Lawrence Chandler and Martha Schwendener formed Bowery Electric in late 1993 and played their first show together at Brownie's in New York City in January 1994. Chandler told Alternative Press Magazine that "technologically is the beginning of us learning our way around a proper sampler and software which allows us to work with samples on the computer.
Artist: Bowery Electric Genres: Shoegaze, Ambient, Drone, Space Rock, Dream Pop Released: Jan 01, 1995 ℗ 1995 kranky.
Beat by Bowery Electric, released 11 November 2016 1. Beat 2. Empty Words 3. Without Stopping 4. Under the Sun 5. Fear of Flying 6. Looped 7. Black Light 8. Inside Out 9. Coming Down 10.
BPM Profile Bowery Electric. Album starts at 108BPM, ends at 75BPM (-33), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Beat is the second studio album by American band Bowery Electric. It was released on November 12, 1996 by Kranky. Beat was recorded and co-produced by Bowery Electric and Rich Costey at Studio. 45 in Hartford, Connecticut in June 1996. Drummer Wayne Magruder contributed to four of the ten tracks. Lawrence Chandler of Bowery Electric told Alternative Press "Beat is the beginning of us learning our way around a proper sampler and software which allows us to work with samples on the computer
Listen to music from Bowery Electric like Beat, Fear of Flying & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bowery Electric. With drummer Michael Johngren completing the trio, Bowery Electric played shows across the East Coast and recorded a double seven inch single with Kramer that they released on their own Hi-Fidelity label.
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The band's first album, Bowery Electric, was recorded by Michael Deming at Studio. 45 in Hartford, Connecticut and released by Kranky in 1995. The album was included by Andrew Earles in his 2014 book, Gimme Indie Rock: 500 Essential American Underground Rock Albums 1981–1996 In 1996, the band released an album, Beat. It includes a single, "Fear of Flying" Vertigo, a remix album of tracks from Beat, was released . .
Complete your Bowery Electric collection. Worth having just for the track "Slow Thrills", which ramps up the fun bit by bit till the awesome explosion occurs. Kranky, anyone, please reissue this on vinyl!