Steve Hauschildt - Tragedy & Geometry mp3 album
Tragedy & Geometry by Steve Hauschildt, released 01 January 2011 1. Polyhymnia 2. Batteries May Drain 3. Cupid's Dart 4. Already Replaced 5. Peroxide 6. Arche 7. Music for a Moire Pattern 8. Blue Marlin 9. The Impossible Flower 10. Too Short a Season 11. Allegiance 12. Tragedy & Geometry 13. Overnight Venusian 14. Stare Into Space. cosmonaut pure mathematical beauty, angular and warm, full of emotion. Frank Beauchamp Col Joe Kittinger Military Park in Orlando, March 21, 2017, while listening to this album, I took pictures of Birds & Planes, and I felt like I was floating in space. POW and USA flags flowing, a bright, sunny day. I had never felt so much bliss and peace from such an etic connection such as the freedom I felt that day.
Steve Hauschildt (born 1984) is an American electronic musician based in Cleveland. He was a member of the band Emeralds and has been releasing solo material since 2011 including multiple albums. While performing and recording as a trio, all members of Emeralds released solo material. After the folding of Emeralds in 2013, Hauschildt's first widely distributed release arrived in 2011, when Kranky released his full-length Tragedy & Geometry. Its title is taken from the subjects governed by two of the Greek muses, Melpomene and.
The lack of obvious variety could make Tragedy & Geometry sound generic, but Hauschildt's devout tack actually gives the album a distinct personality. Choose any single track, and reference points quickly come to mind- Tangerine Dream, Steve Reich, and various half-remembered foreign film scores and PBS-doc soundtracks. But listen in sequence, and Hauschildt's consistent way with this kind of sound becomes clear, in a starry-eyed mix of small swells and wonder. At times the music can get sentimental and even sappy, but it's never heavy-handed.
Allegiance, 13. Tragedy & Geometry, 14. Overnight Venusian, 15. More albums from Steve Hauschildt: Where All Is Fled by Steve Hauschildt. Sequitur by Steve Hauschildt. Dissolvi by Steve Hauschildt. Lay Me Down by Steve Hauschildt. Strands by Steve Hauschildt. View all albums . Tragedy & Geometry.
Steve Hauschildt - Tragedy & Geometry Astride the glut of psych-kosmische explorers on cassette-only, limited CD-R or even actual (gasp) store-bought CDs on experimental heavies like Chicago's Kranky, Cleveland beatnik new agers Emeralds have been omnipresent. Guitarist Mark McGuire's put out two LPs and a massive double-disc compilation in the last twelve months alone; synth-guru John Elliott issued one of the year's best astral getaways as half of Mist with House. For Tragedy & Geometry, his debut album for Kranky, Hauschildt's settled into a concept album of sorts curled around dual muses, Melpomene and Polyhymnia, those of the album's namesake. Supposedly an aural essay on the disposability of technology as it gains an ever more dominant claim on our daily lives, Hauschildt's crafted an elegant and often bewitching entrant in the surfeit of night-weary synthscapes.
Artists Steve Hauschildt Tragedy & Geometry. Tragedy & Geometry Steve Hauschildt. This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/164 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Tragedy & Geometry.
Complete your Steve Hauschildt collection. Great album and the only one I own by this musician. Simplistic in composition but the choices of timbre make this a very warm and welcoming listen. Lots of really varied arpeggios, thickly layered analog strings and hints of melodies.
Only for completionists (0%). From what Iīve heard in Emeralds music, this new album of his called Tragedy & Geometry sounds altogether different. Hauschildt draws his inspiration from many of the head honchos of the progressive electronic world. I hear some references coming from the early Klaus Schulze albums - although they are hiding pretty well beneath the somewhat modern surface this album exudes, but they are there. The track Peroxide is a perfect example of this, where the synths form into thick electrically charged storm clouds of sound slowly percolating these giant breadths of oscillating soundscapes
|Batteries May Drain|
|Music For A Moiré Pattern|
|The Impossible Flower|
|Too Short A Season|
|Tragedy & Geometry|
|Stare Into Space|
|krank160||Steve Hauschildt||Tragedy & Geometry (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Kranky||krank160||US||2011|
|krank160||Steve Hauschildt||Tragedy & Geometry (CD, Album)||Kranky||krank160||US||2011|