Ital Tek: Midnight Colour

Ital Tek SKU: 15055163
Ital Tek: Midnight Colour

Ital Tek: Midnight Colour

Ital Tek SKU: 15055163

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Midnight Colour
Artist: Ital Tek
Label: Planet Mu
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 600116827210
Genre: Electronic

Double vinyl LP pressing. 2010 release from the musical brainchild of Brighton-based producer Alan Myson. Midnight Color finds a middle ground between Dubstep and Garage's sub-bass and lurching Two-Step rhythms and Electronica at it's most melodic. Since the release of his Cyclical debut, Myson has lightened the mood and dropped the tempo to a more languorous 130 BPM, allowing more space to enfold the melody and texture. Songs like "Moonbow" or "Subgiant" embody an optimistic nocturnal reverie that counts the Black Dog's Bytes album as an ancestor. In contrast, "Satellite" has a darker feel with New-Romantic-style synth melodies set to a skeletal rhythm, and the surging, wordless vocals of "Black and White" are carried by gentle instrumentation and arrangements. "Strangelove" has a more stepping feel set to a tough 4/4 beat, and "Infinite" marries throbbing bass with marimba and echoing timpani crashes.

1.1 Neon Arc
1.2 Talis
1.3 Moonbow
1.4 Babel
1.5 Subgiant
1.6 Black and White
1.7 Strangelove V.I.P
1.8 Moment in Blue
1.9 Heliopause
1.10 Midnight Colour
1.11 Infinite
1.12 Restless Tundra
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