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Suicidal adage

by Lendi Vexer

TripHop with female vocals & Theremin from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Chosen as the best trip hop ep 2004.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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1. Tribute to Desolation.
Lêndi Vexer
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6:12 album only
2. 'scape.
Lêndi Vexer
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4:42 album only
3. Nothing Was Special.
Lêndi Vexer
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6:00 album only
4. Suicidal Adage.
Lêndi Vexer
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7:22 album only
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
Important: Suicidal adage, EP contains 4 tracks + 1 Bonus Track, with Theremin and samples with Vintage Tape delays...
Best Trip Hop EP 2004 By Tripofagia.com(Brazil-UK):

"Suicidal adage" was chosen as best Trip Hop EP 2004 at www.Tripofagia.com in specials: "The Final list 2004"

The company Jun Group Entertainment, Inc. is producing a television Show called "The scene" that is transmitted from U.S.A and in the entire world the users can download the Episodes free in the web.
Jun Group Entertainment, Inc has chosen to be part of the Soundtrack of the Episode 10 the tracks:
* Nothing was special.
* Nothing was special (Everything is special-Mr.bollinger Mix)
* Suicidal adage.
* Tribute to desolation.
Reviews at Official Web Site www.LendiVexer.com:
"Tribute to Desolation is one of the nicest melancholic trip-hop songs I've ever heard..."



"They are the best group I've heard since Portishead. I first heard them as A.D.N. on mp3.com and have been trying to buy their music for around 4 years now!..."

Clayton P. Kruger

"Bristol, England might have been the source of the original trip hop sound, but it's not until we look towards Buenos Aires, Argentina that we see a group brave enough to create trip hop that sees a return to the old ideals, but at the same time takes it to new levels of sadness and melancholia previously unheard of. Enter Lêndi Vexer, the incredible duo composed of DG and Natalie Naveira that makes music that tugs at your soul, music that both touches you and puts you in touch with some of the darker aspects of love. The secret to their music is simple: the two have talents that, when put together, complement each other and their music perfectly. DG creates powerful and dark music that lopes along like a gently flowing stream, each melancholy note slivered with a hint of a more touching emotion. You can see his talent in the variety of orchestrations he produces, from the beat-laden "Tribute to Desolation", to the mixing of "found sounds" in 'Scape, to the piercing, yet mellow and lugubrious noises of "Nothing Was Special". And each composition is complemented perfectly by the hauntingly angelic voice of Natalie. In every case she pours her heart and soul into the music, her voice riding DG's soundscapes with a dreamy melancholia that has rarely been heard outside of Portishead, Massive Attack, or Tricky's circle; her voice *will* pierce you to the very core, and you will find yourself enchanted. And in each case where it is appropriate, she brings to bear her mastery of the guitar and even the Theremin, always adding more and more flavor to the music. This is trip hop that embraces the old standards, and I would highly recommend it to anyone that thought trip hop was getting soft over the years, or who appreciates a melodious female voice complementing synthesized beats and grooves."



Reviews at www.download.com/lendivexer:
Nothing was special Track:
Very Portishead-wise
I think this is the best song available here, If you don't know them and want to give them a try, do it by listening to this one, especially if you enjoy Portishead, Madalay and the like. By Pishiru

Lendi Vexer's Biography:

Since the year 1995 both components of Lêndi Vexer, have navigate solitary in the cold waters of Trip hop trying to make the tide marry them so that they become one chemically compatible person.
That first work together was in the year 2000.

In that 5 year-old prologue, both were developing for different roads and ways their own vision of the trip hop that soon would compose together.

In those times end of century, DG was working on a project (Abduction Kirlian (r) with a musician friend who was the initial bond by means of a DJ friend between this last one and Natalie.

The first test with the recommended singer was surprising, she had a potential that supplemented exactly the project, a project that was then small when discovering its other gifts as multi-instrumentalist, since she arrived in a very humble way it has become a habit.

DG had to continue deepening his orchestrations, when seeing that these inspired the voice of Natalie tremendously, while he only continued in that career, there was created a stronger and stronger connection, until they ended up knowing the expressions of the other one and has their own code. While Natalie and DG worried about their friend's absence, he was in a spiritual and pseudo-personal trance" that didn't allow him to return to the project not to see his friends.

Already as a duo, from the year 2000, they went by the name of A.D.N AnyDayNow"(r) before arriving at the definitive name of Lêndi Vexer defined this way:

Two impelled artists to spill out deep songs about having decided feelings and aspects of life, with intense lyrics, sometimes introspective, full of queries or retrospective with strong critics to human arrogance, the cruelty of the Christianity, the modern man's frivolity, etc...
Always based on the reflexive aspect of the Down tempo and Trip hop with a hypnotic and orchestral tint, minimal and rough at moments, clearly distanced by the soft skin of the chill-out.
The dirt and natural roughness of their sound is invoked with their old school equipment of triphop that they have gone on harvesting minutely from their beginnings.
This environment acoustic-vintage is seconded by the electronics and reinforced with the different abilities in both components, as the orchestrations and programmings of DG and the singular voice of Natalie and their ability with the mystic Theremin.

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Very NICE!
This CD is very smooth and very NICE.
Vocals are excellent.!


Admirable !
Esta maqueta es genial, al completo! ademas muy bien cultivados los sonidos, Venga!!!


content is very profound!!!!
I'm enjoying a lot of this record, excellent quality and content is very profound.
It's true that is one of the better EP 2004 such as I saw somewhere around.

Mark Smith

Short but sweet...
Very reminiscent of Portishead, so if you like them you'll love this! Dark & haunting, this one gets under your skin. Worth it for the title track alone.

Eric Van Lustbader

Takes flight where Portishead left off
Mtsterious, sensual, beautiful music with exquisite vocals... Takes flight where Portishead left off. More please.


Very Sexy CD
Very melodic with moody undertones. This cd is sexy and mysterious; it haunts you and brings you back for another listen. Very good!


VERY very NICE !!
Excellent EP, r-e-c-o-m-e-n-d-a-b-l-e 100%!!!!!!!
Very good Trip hop Style!


Great EP!
Hello CDbabineans:
The bonus track is excellent, it has a disturbing calm and a strange melody with the Theremin to the oriental style; the rest of the EP holds a dynamic range that whispers and then begins to scream from the most profound thing.

John Nemchick

Wow… …Lendi who!
Wow, dark, hypnotic, sultry, and beautiful are all words that can describe the music contained on Suicidal Adage. This disc just blew me away! Four musical gems, now found.