Commotus by Lucrecia Dalt, released 06 September 2012 1. Saltación 2. Escopolamina 3. Turmoil 4. Conversa 5. Multitud 6. Jet 7. Esplendor 8. Mohán 9. Silencio 10. Do I Dare Disturb Your Dreams? 11. Waste of Shame 12. Batolith Today, we seem to have two branches in the school of experimental pop. One branch privileges object-hood, richness of surface, and mass-hallucinatory quotation. The other (much less celebrated) branch seeks to recapture authenticity in the form of a highly personal hallucination of music history
Lucrecia Dalt was curled up on the couch in the corner of her Berlin home studio. Thick curtains of patch cables hung draped over mic stands. Lucrecia Dalt - Mohán. Bare-bones guitar experimentation from Dalt's 2012 album, Commotus. Lucrecia Dalt - Over Unity. On this song, from 2015's Ou, a ghostly rhythm emerges briefly from the murk before being swallowed up again. Lucrecia Dalt - Edge. Anticlines opens with this ode to El Boraro, a folkloric monster "who drinks its victims' insides through a hole in their head before re-inflating them like a balloon. Lucrecia Dalt - Inframince. A lush and haunting cut from Syzygy, Dalt’s 2013 album for Human Ear Music. Lucrecia Dalt - Escopolamina.
That’s Lucrecia Dalt speaking to Adam Harper about her sophomore offering, Commotus. The conversation comes in the form of an essay, which Harper uses as a vessel to dwell on apocalyptic themes he pulls from the cover art. The picture in question frames a shot of the 1935 Texas Dust Bowl as some ferocious storm clouds rise above a farmhouse.
Listen to music from Lucrecia Dalt like Tar - Jan Jelinek Remix, Tar & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lucrecia Dalt. The experience of seeing Lucrecia Dalt live blurs the boundaries between the studio, the stage, and the live recording. Weaving together loops of atmospheric melodies created using various instruments like guitar, bass, computer, midi controllers, voice and percussion, as a result, over time the songs continue to evolve and incorporate experiences and environments.
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Lucrecia Dalt – Commotus. Label: Human Ear Music – HEM019. All songs written, performed & produced in Barcelona. Mastered in Los Angeles. Cover by NOAA (George E. Marsh Album) of April 18, 1935, Stratford, Texas dust storm. Includes download card.
Lucrecia Dalt hosted a guest show on 1 June 2018. Lucrecia Dalt has been played on NTS over 40 times, featured on 43 episodes and was first played on 28 March 2015. With her sophomore album, Commotus, colombian pop luminary Lucrecia Dalt crafts a surrealist landscape borne by the inexorable scope and sand-swept surfaces of geologic time. She leaps into a surrealist landscape with stunning abandon, eschewing the comparatively safe tropes and song structures of her previous work.
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Featuring – Julia Holter
|10||Do I Dare Disturb Your Dreams|
|11||Waste Of Shame|
Featuring – Luke Sutherland
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 879198009238
|HEM019||Lucrecia Dalt*||Commotus (12", Album + CD, Album)||Human Ear Music||HEM019||Germany||2012|
|HEM019||Lucrecia Dalt*||Commotus (LP, Album, Ltd, Cle)||Human Ear Music||HEM019||Germany||2012|
|BNSD003||Lucrecia Dalt*||Commotus (Cass)||Beacon Sound||BNSD003||US||2013|