Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Holy Other collection. Stellar productions from Holy Other, but the unintelligible cut vocal samples take away from the real beauty of the music for me, and the songs seem to drift without much direction to them. 3/5. Reply Notify me Helpful.
And if you havent yet, listen to the song big boy by balam ACAB. It will make you feel like Ghandi, like it made me permamently. 4 years ago. saw him live a couple weeks ago and he was really good. i also loved the album.
Holy Other Held, released 04 September 2012 1. (W)here 2. Tense Past 3. Inpouring 4. Love Some1 5. U Now 6. In Difference 7. Past Tension 8. Held 9. Nothing Here 'Held' is the eagerly anticipated debut from one of the jewels in Tri Angle's crown, Manchester's own Holy Other. It's not any kind of departure from last year's striking With U 12", but a subtle refinement of its themes: the same quietly anguished, crepuscular vibe reigns, and virtually every sonic element - from Burial-esque vocal clips to the synth pads, hell, even the drums - seems to sigh
Held is a love album, a modern love album. Not love as aspirational fantasy but lived love, contradictory love- the real love that stifles as much as it soothes. In that, it has a kinship with a generation of artists, including How to Dress Well, the xx, and Mount Kimbie, who reach to articulate love's many aspects in new ways. The Burial-recalling distorted vocal elements Holy Other teased into being on With U are again deployed here, distilled to their base energy and impulse
Holy Other, the Tri Angle signed artist working in that blurry area between sub-heavy post-dubstep and R&B, has announced the release of his debut album Held. It's the follow up to 2011's well received With U, and again will be released through Tri Angle, on 27th August. You can listen to the first song to emerge from the album, 'Love Some1', below. Like his previous music, its sliced vocals and generally urban, spacious feel brings to mind Burial, albeit stripped of the garage-y, woodblock-y swing that characterises Burial productions.
Holy Other will release his first album, Held, on August 28th. The anonymous Manchester producer first emerged in 2010 with a split cassette release and a 7-inch on Transparent containing "Yr Love," which was carried over to his debut EP With U, released through Robin Carolan's Tri Angle imprint. The same label will release Holy Other's debut full-length, containing nine previously unreleased tracks.
The Holy Land is a concept album, the third gospel album and 30th overall album by country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1969.