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Totem - Klute - Casual Bodies (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Shakataur says:
    Nov 04,  · Very nice album from Klute. I rate this along with his other entries from Casual Bodies to Emperors New Clothes. The others after that before this one I wasn't feeling. Got the LP. Happy to add the vinyl to my collection when it arrives. Nice one Klute!
  2. Malat says:
    Klute, a.k.a. Tom Withers, the man behind a seemingly endless list of stunning 12 inches and remixes on such labels as Certificate 18, Deep Red, Octopus, Partisan, Fresh 86, and Audio Couture, just to name a few, has here produced one of the very finest drum & bass albums ever/5(8).
  3. Dir says:
    Feb 28,  · He was soon signed by the seminal jungle/drum and bass label Certificate 18 (C18) where he released as Klute his first 12” followed by 2 personal albums (Casual Bodies and Fear Of People) and more than a dozen of singles and eps on C In the meantime, he was also recording material under different monikers for other geabguivisidoolers.lukathefolpecadislectmesrikumi.infoinfog: Totem.
  4. Malall says:
    Klute's first two albums for the label, Casual Bodies and 's Fear of People, successfully expanded upon this groundwork, shying away from any single subgenre in favor of throwing down a complex blend of sounds with intricate beat programming pushing against the gravitational draw of soaring orchestration.9/
  5. Felkis says:
    Klute's debut album, Casual Bodies, was released in , with an expanded American edition issued by Sm:)e Communications. After second album Fear of People appeared in , Klute left Certificate 18 and formed Commercial Suicide, issuing the singles "Tranceformat" and "Galaxian" in , additionally appearing on Metalheadz and 31 Records.
  6. Nagul says:
    Klute, a.k.a. Tom Withers is no stranger to the LP format, Whatever It Takes is his 9th solo album. It was recorded over a period of 18 months in his own PBJ Studio, located in Suffolk. Whatever It Takes contains Klute's signature blend of Drum & Bass, Hardcore, Jungle, House, Techno, Electro & Ambient stitched together with Klute' typical Missing: Totem.
  7. Samuzilkree says:
    The EP Total Self (Certificate, ) was the first attempt at turning that sound into more than dance material (Hang-Up and Blow Cold can hardly be defined jungle) and the album Casual Bodies (Certificate, ) bridged his art of intricate beats, techno locomotives, deep basslines and psychotic arrangements (Faceless, Totem) with otherworldy neurosis (the heavily distorted Secret Love) and eerie atmospheres .
  8. Voodoomuro says:
    Dec 06,  · referencing Casual Bodies, CD, Album, CERT18 CD Sharp and incisive d'n'b from Klute, who drops CASUAL BODIES like he's Jack the Ripper. Those deep hits on "Out of Silence" go straight into your being, while the continual darkness and vocal utterances on "Blitz" impart a haunted quality to the beats/5().
  9. Daigis says:
    Listen to Out Of Silence from 'Casual Bodies' by Klute Electronic. DNBRADIO: 24/7 Drum and Bass Darkstep, Liquid DNB, Jungle Klute - Out Of Silence () Sm:)e Communications // Casual Bodies. no image no image Rated 3 times: /10 Avg. Song Length: Album: Casual Bodies Missing: Totem.

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