Doofgoblin | Marblebarrel

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by Doofgoblin

Close your ears for one second and you've missed what may be your only clue in pieces lasting two or three minutes but still leave you weathered, dazed, or just smiling at you forgot what. Marblebarrel examines the micro world where light speed intricacie
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. DC3
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2. Great Weekend
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3. Snowdeigh
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4. End of January
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5. Start of February
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6. Toes Tundra
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7. Sickdeigh
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8. Severpegged
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9. Round Peg
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10. Harmon
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11. Whurly Bord
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12. DubM
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13. Coppersheen
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14. Gnot to Spring
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15. Mike Flood's Kitchen
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Album Notes
You're initiated into Marblebarrel with "DC3," a piece that, without anesthesia, quickly dissects the listener nerve by nerve only to leave them pinned at the dimples in time for a healing duet of frequency modulated operators. "Great Weekend" deftly shapes reverb awash in harmonics into progressions of melody and rhythmic gorgeousness, satisfying even the most jaded fans of IDM music. Once you thinks it's safe to keep going Doofogoblin takes you where very few other musicians today manage - inside. It's a surprisingly comforting place to be. Doofgoblin's influences are not easily pinned down. Assuming a submissive position-common comparisons ensue, such as Autechre or Aphex Twin. But it behooves us to dig deeper where Mr. Bungle, The Residents, Shellac, or Idiot Flesh are all suspect. Tracks like "End of January" and "Start of February" which are composed almost entirely of wintry sounds collected from the wood burning stove allude to electro-acoustic styles of Matmos or Oval. But the bottom line is that Marbelbarrel is the most unnatural sounding album ever accused of being inspired by nature


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new and different - and that's not ez
this is a VERY different sort of album - it's very intense without taking itself to seriously. it seems to be at once broad electronic slapstick temepered with complete discipline. i've listened to it 5 times now and i seem to hear something new with every spin. BONUS - there's a hidden track about 5 minutes after the end of mike floods kitchen - listen!

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A Daredevil !
This album is full of intense energy tracks and really original sound experiments- a new stage in electronic music of the 21th century.
You certainly won't be bored with this cool new Unschooled release!