Shelflife | We All Look Beautiful

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We All Look Beautiful

by Shelflife

Ambient drones and guitar bursts amidst a bed of glitch beats and spaced out sounds.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. My Coordinates to You
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2. Its Okay With You If It's Okay With Me
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3. 6am Bedhead
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4. We All Look Beautiful
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5. Unlisted 1
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6. Unlisted 2
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Shelflife started as a vehicle for much of Davin Chong's early techno-oriented and other abstract programming endeavors. The self-released first EP entitled Every Five Minutes quickly proved the undeniably infectious nature of the unique music created by the young artist. Davin's brother Kevin joined immediately after the first EP was released and the two recorded the blissful new EP release entitled We All Look Beautiful. A newer, more focused, sound was the result of a simpler production method and the genius utilization of numerous samples and loops. Combining such disparate genres as IDM and even shoegazer, Shelflife is able to achieve a sound wholly unique to both the listener and the artist.


"Numerous samples and beats interplay with one another, sometimes overlapping simultaneously to create a dense work that demands close litening, and may even get your head bobbing at times." (Beautiful Blood Audioworks)


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Ahh, it's like that evening, after-dinner smoke on the front porch when your mind is scattered and you're looking for that soft haze, that pillowy ripple at the back of your brain, sending waves of serenity through every over-stimulated nerve in your body. Shelflife casts a net over oceans of liquidy blue and green harmonies and gathers lush backdrops, comforting guitar lines and the musical equivalent of a sigh. It's the kind of music that moves your gut in a way where you forget that you're listening, forget that you're anything but a mass of energy, thought and generic life force. Showing similarities to Boards of Canada and Mum at times, this chilled out electronic group is one of our best.

Bobby Rivers

Very Original approach overall.
I dig this! A very orginal approach to instrumental work. Great job!