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Hammer Without A Master - Broadcast - The Future Crayon


2006
Label: Warp Records - WARPCD 146P • Format: CD Compilation, Promo • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Leftfield, Abstract, Downtempo, Synth-pop, Experimental
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  1. Megar Permalink
    Mar 14,  · Elsewhere, the sweet and romantic "Locusts" also rubs elbows with a long, dissociated outro. Indeed, Broadcast indulges its instrumental side, with the thickly sonic "Hammer Without a Master" or the more melancholic "Chord Simple" (which only gets better when paired with "Unchanging Window")/5().
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  2. Brajind Permalink
    Future Crayon then delves into the more experimental side of the band's music, which usually only appears as brief interludes on their albums. 's "Hammer Without a Master," which originally appeared on the Warp comp We Are Reasonable People and is one of this collection's rarest tracks, is an especially striking collage of horror-show 8/
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  3. Mill Permalink
    Warp's artists create groundbreaking music, videos and cinema; Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Battles, Flying Lotus, Kelela, Yves Tumor Watch and listen here.
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  4. Faugami Permalink
    Inspired by a vision of unflappable retro-futurist cool, Broadcast started out on Stereolab's Duophonic label before moving to Warp. The Future Crayon brims with lucid vocals, tremolo flutter and layers of guitars as spongy and marbled as pound cake; '60s pop refracted through a tomorrowland prism, it's the perfect soundtrack for a monorail ride to the moon.
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  5. Gardagami Permalink
    Well I don't know about that, being a Midlander I'm still able to stick the knife in when necessary, but thankfully no such abuse is needed today, 'The Future Crayon' is a jam packed collection of some of the band's finest moments - B-sides, compilation tracks and those all important EPs.
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  6. Shakajind Permalink
    May 12,  · Although a collection of B-sides, EP tracks and rarities, The Future Crayon is a great starting point for people new to Broadcast's blend of dreamy pop, experimental electronica and psychedelic rock. Most of these tracks were recorded between and , a /5(11).
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  7. Taugrel Permalink
    The Future Crayon is a rarities and B-sides compilation by British indie electronic band Broadcast, released on 21 August by Warp. It collects all the tracks released on singles, EPs and compilations from to , with the exception of "Drums on Fire" (from Extended Play Two).Genre: Indie electronic, dream pop.
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