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Workday Schoolnight

by Workday Schoolnight

Influenced by German krautrock acts like Can and Faust, as well as the early pioneer of far-out electronic sounds, Brian Eno. The influences may be obscure, but the result is an accessible diverse sonic adventure. There's some rockers, some, electronica,
Genre: Rock: Kraut Rock
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1. Calling the Shots
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2. Of the End, Too Many
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3. Safecar
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4. The Time It Takes to Read
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5. Years On Years
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6. The Policeman Said
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7. Golden Raindrops
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WORKDAY SCHOOLNIGHT is Bart Trotman.

WORKDAY/SCHOOLNIGHT is about counter-rythyms and heavy synth, casiotone noise explosions, egg shakers, the troubling nature of making decisions, scarce lyrics, heavy rock riffs, overpopulation, 70s krautrock, palindromic lyrics (SAFECAR), instrumental swelling and falling, Brain Eno, Phillip K. Dick, found sound samples of people saying nothing important, various percussion, layered vocals, odd time signatures and some occasional freakouts.


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