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Stretched out on Pavement. Stretched out on Pavement (Nukubus Remix).
The Belgian techno star turns out an unusually laid-back contribution for Robot Evolution Remixes, which also features versions by Benjamin Damage, Emika, Jensen Interceptor and Midnight Operator (AKA Mathew & Nathan Jonson). Tim Hecker - You Never Were. A beautiful and graceful composition where the Japanese gagaku ensemble is slowly overwhelmed by Hecker's electronics. 2. DJ-friendly full length tracks. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
Stretched Out On Pavement (Nukubus Remix) Van Rivers, Nukubus SD Records. Easy Street EP Van Rivers Islands and Islets 2008-07-02. Dancefloor Heat The Subliminal Kid, Van Rivers Islands and Islets 2008-05-15.
Pavement's second album Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain was released in 1994. The record was more indebted to the classic rock tradition than their debut. During the tour for the album, Nastanovich stated on the Slow Century DVD, the band would often not work out a setlist before shows, opting for drug and alcohol fueled jams over hit singles. Some of these shows were held during the 1995 Lollapallooza festival, where the incoherent performances received a hostile reaction from many audiences. Pavement embarked on a six-month world tour in support of the album, during which time relationships within the group frayed, especially between Malkmus and the other members of the band. Steve West later recalled times on the tour bus where Malkmus would put his coat over his head, refuse to speak to anyone, and call himself "The Little Bitch".
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Emptyset, XDB, Van rivers, Andy Stott, Wax and more. After remixes for fellow Swedes Lykke Li (alongside his buddy The Subliminal Kid) and Jenny Wilson, this year he delivered a killer blow, handling production duties on Fever Ray's spell-binding debut album. For his solo projects, the Stockholm-based musician presents a spaced-out take on contemporary Detroit/dub techno, with releases on his Islands and Islets, SD Records (the excellent 'Stretched Out On Pavements') and his new imprint, 7, which has just released an excellent split 7". Wood Sequence by Van Rivers.