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  • Singer: Monolith
  • Album: Falling Dreams
  • MP3: 1255 mb | FLAC: 1487 mb
  • Released: 2018
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Industrial, Techno, Rhythmic Noise
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 143
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Monolith - Falling Dreams mp3 flac

Ever since re-emerging a few years back, Monolith have gone from strength to strength; this record was simply too good to let slip into the ether  . Long time listeners will find an ample amount going on, don’t have any doubts of that. Monolith are not among the big names out there in the underground but there’s no question what a long shadow he casts. Wondering about gravitas?

Home Album Monolith – Falling Dreams. Monolith – Falling Dreams. Label/Cat RecordJet – 40730 Source: WEB Release date: 11 May, 2018 Format: mp3 Quality: 320 kbps Genre: Electronic Style: Techno. Tracklist 1. Soul Travel 01:09 2. Sleeping Sun 04:59 3. Corpus 04:28 4. Outer Space 01:36 5. Driving Blind 05:09 6. Sensory Deprivation 05:42 7. Suppression Of Pain 05:19 8. High Carbon Steel 05:53 9. 2750 Degrees Fahrenheit 01:52 10.

Album: Falling Dreams. Tracklist: 01 – Soul Travel 02 – Sleeping Sun 03 – Corpus 04 – Outer Space 05 – Driving Blind 06 – Sensory Deprivation 07 – Suppression Of Pain 08 – High Carbon Steel 09 – 2750 Degrees Fahrenheit 10 – The Attack 11 – Man Disconnected 12 – Too Late 13 – Falling Dreams 14 – Far Away.

by Monolith - 14 Tracks - 1:01:21. Release date 05/07/2018.

Since its inception in the mid-90s, Monolith has gathered an avid crossover following of rhythm noise devotees and progressive techno heads alike, especially since his more recent involvement with the burgeoning scene of Berlin.

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Falling Dreams is the 10th full length release under the Monolith moniker. The new opus doesn’t sound that different and again reveals several noticeable tracks carried by shamanic rhythms. But Eric van Wonterghem also dares to explore new paths, which appears to be somewhat ambient-like

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Tracklist

Soul Travel 1:10
Sleeping Sun 4:59
Corpus 4:29
Outer Space 1:37
Driving Blind 5:09
Sensory Deprivation 5:43
Suppression Of Pain 5:20
High Carbon Steel 5:54
2750 Degrees Fahrenheit 1:53
The Attack 4:50
Man Disconnected 6:07
Too Late 4:20
Falling Dreams 4:49
Far Away 5:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D261 Monolith Falling Dreams ‎(CD, Album) Hands Productions D261 Germany 2018
none Monolith Falling Dreams ‎(16xFile, AIFF, Album) Not On Label (Monolith Self-released) none Germany 2018


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Ever since re-emerging a few years back, Monolith have gone from strength to strength; this record was simply too good to let slip into the ether. I’ve been following him since he debuted this name back in 1997 and I have to say that ‘Falling Dreams’ easily rivals his legendary debut even though it sounds almost nothing like it. I suppose it is the intent and atmosphere which brings everything full circle for me: that undefinable yet constant feeling of paranoia, the ceaseless rhythms and precision sequences over which he runs amok with vicious loops.Maybe you’ve not heard him before or have been blissfully ignorant of just how long he’s been at this, in 2018 you should up the ante and investigate what he’s done here. Long time listeners will find an ample amount going on, don’t have any doubts of that. Monolith are not among the big names out there in the underground but there’s no question what a long shadow he casts. Wondering about gravitas? He’s a former member of The Klinik as well as being involved with these projects: Absolute Body Control, Sonar and Insekt. Ah, has your memory been jogged now? Eric V’s baby is the sneakiest tribal act out there, anyone I’ve played his work for cannot keep from responding on some level to what is going on in his work. His compositions are more controlled clinical experiments in mechanized synchronicity shoved up against a melange of moods which run deep into the past. Somehow this balancing act has now been going on for over twenty years and shows no signs of slowing, if anything, Monolith has become a master of tempering his designs; utilizing restraint to deliver even more aural disobedience, harnessing chaos in the service of imagination. This is a musician who understands songwriting, operating in a field of sound where it is sorely lacking. I’d love to hear him collaborate with Black Lung, can you even imagine the result.These beauties never make me look for the skip button nor do they devolve into trance-inducing inanity; you will encounter repetition but it is in service to the near-imperceptible adjustments constantly going on just a little bit off of the scope. There isn’t a single detail that escapes his notice, having now played through ‘Falling Dreams’ several times I feel as though I’ve only begun to unravel it. Further revelations are doubtlessly in store.
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