Sons of Armageddon | The Softest Touch

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The Softest Touch

by Sons of Armageddon

This album effortlessly blurs the genres of trance, dub, ambient, jazz and trip-hop. Everything from theremins to circuit bent Speak-n-Spells are used to provide an otherworldly soundscape. This is jazz for the new millenium.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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2. Hoels
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3. E.S. Smothered
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4. Shambles Factory
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5. Wall Street Colonel
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6. Dubya
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8. A Thousand Kisses Deep
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The Sons were formed at the turn of the millenium in Denver, Colorado. Composed of some of the finest musicians in Denver, the Sons have become known for their quirky blend of electronica and improvisational jazz. What you hear on the CD is what you get live. Odd ambient samples, circuit-bent children's toys, theremins, melodica and traditional instruments combine to produce their genre bending sound they call "post-apocalyptic electro jazz." Hybrid Magazine described it like this: "What Miles would sound like if he'd lived long enough to come to his senses." If you like Jaga Jazzist, Four Tet, electric-era Miles, give the Sons a listen. Don't be late for Armageddon.


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