fluffy porcupine | pointed little quill

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pointed little quill

by fluffy porcupine

Experimental electronica blend
Genre: Electronic: Chiptune
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1. intro
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3:37 $0.99
2. Manic Swing
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3. Fenced Static
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4. Hypnagogic
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5. Softspoken
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6. Five/Five Time
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7. Return of the Files
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8. General Humidity
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9. Energetic
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10. Electric Sheep
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11. One Fine Day
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12. outro
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This album is antiquated.


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Fun to listen to
... Pointed Little Quill sounds like a wack version of one of those keyboards. "1980s Industrial" ... There's usually a cool "drum fill." ... These purely synthesized ditties [are] fun to listen to, at least the first few times... earnest... Energetic.

Pollux Starr

Brainy electronica transcends techno stereotypes.
I've had the privelege of actually jamming with Fluffy Porcupine, and I can confidently state that the musicality displayed by this album is not a fluke of sequencing and sampling.

The tracks are generally tuneful and smart, with emphasis on an understated, minimalistic aesthetic. The jazz-influenced tracks are gems -- "Manic Swing" and "Five/Five" time prove that Fluffy Porcupine is not your backyard-variety techno kiddie, sequencing banal four-on-the-floor beats or borrowing breakbeats from other, smarter artists.

I'm not much of an electronica fan, and I'll admit that "Pointed Little Quill" isn't the most listened-to disc in my collection, but it's a smart, tight piece of work that does what it sets out to do. Four stars to Fluffy Porcupine's first promising release.