broken fader cartel | the collective polycarbonate release

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the collective polycarbonate release

by broken fader cartel

glitchtronica with a twist of lime, on the rocks.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. tv life subQtaneous
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2. ehrport (final struggle remix) Benjamin Thomas Walker
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5:06 $0.99
3. Konichiwa Sato San Nauseous Youth Future
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3:51 $0.99
4. junkit Alex Polzien
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5. Check Your Brains at the Door Reductio ad Absurdum
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6:17 $0.99
6. polydoddle sqrt and NYF
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7. What Little Time We Have Dunk
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8. Decadence Ben Raspell
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9. up and over leni
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10. morbidly amorous sqrt(ur mother)
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11. Bizzarro Motorized Slacker Battalion
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Put the faders in the bag, place the knobs on the counter, and get out on the dance floor. Now.


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Tamara Turner, CD Baby


From a perfect capturing of that stillness on a southern summer evening- crickets singing, 70 degree breeze ruffling through the magnolia trees- to a liguid ride through ambient trip hop, like the soundless sight of a shimmering, downtown skyline sparkling and winking innocently, like an entity of its own, Broken Fader Cartel smears together harmony and rhythm with wide, oily brushstrokes, giving human qualities to electronic gurgles and evoking a landcape of the natural world. These are the soundscapes of consciousness when lulled and pacified, attuned to the higher purposes of existence. Drawing from Squarepusher, Autechre and Aphex Twin, their album bridges the organic and the robotic.

Andrew Sidwell


A nice varied mix of artists, ranging from pretty insane ("Check Your Brains at the Door") to mellow ("tv life") along one axis, and from tuneful ("morbidly amorous") to glitchy ("Konichiwa Sato San") on the other. Yes, there's something for everyone on here, and if you keep an open mind, I imagine you'll find it hard /not/ to enjoy all of it.

D-nasty and the ever lovin rainbow acoustica

Sounds like... ahhhhhh. dat good
This is a very original mix of talented electronic artists. The sounds create emotions in me I can only read about in penthouse. There is a dynamic voice that i think these young men are screaming with and you would have to be catatonic to not wanna get up and dance to this album. It is a breath of fresh air to hear something that pays no attention to the boundaries we are reminded of on a daily basis. Keep blowin my mind Cartel.