No(Spin) - From The Vaults mp3 album
- Performer: No(Spin)
- Title: From The Vaults
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: DTS MP3 APE AUD VOC AC3 MMF
- Released: 2017
- Style: Drum n Bass, Hardcore
- MP3 album: 1527 mb
- FLAC album: 1630 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 361
Vaults was a British electronica band from London, United Kingdom, composed of Blythe Pepino, Barney Freeman, and Ben Vella. The band was founded in 2013, after Pepino was recruited to provide vocals on Freeman and Vella's musical project. Their first track as a group, "Cry No More", was posted to SoundCloud independently in 2013; it gathered 100,000 plays within its first week.
No(Spin) in some circles known as Jaroslav Bartosevic was born in Vilnius, Lithuania. Fascination with music was build up in childhood by Russian alternative rock, while getting older other music styles kicked in. First of all - hip hop and nu-metal, later on, the heavy metal and brutal genres of all metal sub-genres such as death, black, symphonic metal, even including some mathcore. Years went by and more music styles crept into the mind of No(Spin), mostly influenced by fire spinning - trip-hop, dubstep, drum and bass. And from the first day of DJ-ing every tune was getting heavier and darker, darker and heavier until the drum and bass became crossbreed, crossbreed became hardcore. Now everything is mixed in a sick way of harmonic disaster, main tunes correspond with each other in a fashion of spoken words of a tale - a whole tale of everyday-life sickness, love and carnage.
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No(Spin) - From The Vaults. Released on Electron Emitter. It all started one faithful night in oldtown of Vilnius city near a decade ago. No(Spin) in some circles known as Jaroslav Bartosevic was born in Vilnius, Lithuania.
only just released a collection of their two MTV Unplugged releases for Record Store Day, but according to Mike Mills the disbanded college-rock icons still have a lot of stuff in the vaults. In an interview with Billboard, the bassists (et. said that the discussion around the band’s next release hasn’t yet begun, but that he believes it won’t be long before they figure out what it’ll be. We all want to do something with this stuff. We know we’ve got some really good things hanging around.
Our latest pick From the Vaults is the English version of Max Dax's 1996 interview with Aphex Twin about his album Richard D. James. For me, it’s not about releasing four or five triple albums. No one would be interested in it, quite apart from the fact that it would be technically impossible. But that’s all irrelevant anyway, because I’m only marginally interested in what has been released by me. Parallel to the CD release of your new album, you’re releasing the same songs as maxi singles at 45 rpm. If you play them at 33 rpm, then this hectic, tense material becomes very relaxing and atmospheric. Is this a coincidence?
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|3||Past And Present||3:48|
|7||Queen of Blades||4:06|
|9||Hit Your Head||4:39|