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Live From Northpark Mall
Trip Hop, IDM, Synth-pop
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1903 mb
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1844 mb
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4.5 ★

Aleph is the debut album by French DJ Gesaffelstein, released on 28 October 2013 on Bromance Records and Parlophone. Gesaffelstein began recording it in 2011, and while still working on it, he gained popularity as one of the producers behind Kanye West's Yeezus (2013). Two singles were released to promote Aleph: "Pursuit" and "Hate or Glory".

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Album · 2003 · 10 Songs. Live from Northpark Mall The Aleph. Listen on Apple Music.

Album: Live From Northpark Mall. Download The Aleph - 2 min 12 sec at the mall. Live From Northpark Mall: Best 2 songs. The Aleph - Conversing Eye Movements 05:36. The Aleph - Nude Dreamers Live From Northpark Mall, 2003 05:33.

Released: June 3, 2003. 2 Min 12 Sec at the Mall. 10. Reinterpretation (m1d1).

Live From Northpark Mall :Release Date: 3 Jun 2003 Run Time: 64:01. 19 May at 19:58 ·. Interview with vocalist Melissa Adams.


Nude Dreamers
Memory Is Not Serving Here
Twilight Speeds
Conversing Eye Movements
Cut Deeper
Drowning Victims
Burned To Breathe
2 min 12 sec at the mall
Reinterpretation (m1d1)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AMM0003-2 The Aleph Live From Northpark Mall ‎(CD) Artificial Music Machine AMM0003-2 US 2003
AMM0003-2D The Aleph Live From Northpark Mall ‎(10xFile, MP3, 192) Artificial Music Machine AMM0003-2D US 2003
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This is the definition of under-the-radar, for me. I came across it by chance on Amazon, and after listening to samples I had to pick it up. Arriving well past the 90's trip hop boom, this is nevertheless a solid, if spooky entry in the genre. The backing production is more akin to creepy, minimal, glitchy IDM, and the vocals (presumably by Miss Aisle, from the album's credits), drift eerily overtop. Yet the group still retains an undeniable trip hop sensibility, even nailing some nearly pop-worthy moments, as on "Burned to Breathe." Then just because they can, the album ends with a 20-minute abstract IDM excursion that brings everything to an otherworldly close. The resulting effect crawls under the skin, to say the least, and makes me want more. Going by Discogs, this seems to be their one and only release -- but what a find it is.