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Nucleoacoustics

by Knova

The laid back yet no-nonsense electronic sounds of KNova's first physical release.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. Solar Tornado
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4:07 album only
2. Clocksmasher
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5:40 album only
3. 25marshal
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2:15 album only
4. Spiral Fly
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2:36 album only
5. Inside Sources
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4:15 album only
6. Repeating Figures
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1:52 album only
7. Treehugger
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2:59 album only
8. In the Factory
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3:32 album only
9. Decked Out
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4:07 album only
10. Ichnofacies
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6:15 album only
11. Watchhands
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4:40 album only
12. Pikes Warburg
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13. Tweese46a
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14. Pottedplants
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15. Ximer Sotnas
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16. Forestrix
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The physical release debut of Keith Novak, under the moniker KNova.

These sounds were hand crafted over various nights, sometimes sleep filled, and other times sleep-less. All of these tracks were written in 2012 (well, I take that back ... one of the bonus tracks was written a week before the year turned over).

See what critics have to say:

"KNova's new album is good, and you should download it and listen to it.  Maybe the other way around, if you can stream it and then download it.  I don't kno what website this is or how it works. But anyway, it's a good album, and I like the songs on it.  To be fair, I'm Keith's friend and he asked me 
to write this review, so I'd be saying I like it whether I did or not, but I do like it, or at least I'm saying I do.  I listened to it earlier today.  Parts of it sound like a movie soundtrack, parts of it sound like the soundtrack to the video-game adaptation of that movie, and parts of it sound like cool hip-hop beats. But they go well together, like peanut butter and jelly or Brad and Angelina, you'll wonder how they ever existed separately. 

 I don't know the name of the album, but I'm sure it's a cool name, like “Firebreather” if he wants to be traditional, or “B3at$$ 4 
¢ReT1|\|$$$” if he's trying to be all futuristic techno FlyLo/Tune-Yards about it.  Who knows?  You do, you can probably see the title, but I don't.  I should relisten to the album when I write this review, but I'm listening to the new Olivia Tremor Control reissues, and they're so goddamned good.  Get those albums too.  I think they're better than this album, but KNova will get there, and also his album is way cheaper.  Maybe it's even free.  I hope so, or else I look like a dick for writing that line.  

Anyway, check out “In the Factory”, it's probably my favorite.  Just listened to some of it, to make sure, I think it is.  If you like, get the album, a lot of it is more techno-y than that, but in a fun Prodigy way, not an annoying David Guetta way.  Man, fuck that guy.  KNova is way cooler than David Guetta.  So get his album!"
- Jack Gamber, [bad] friend of KNova. 


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