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  • Darsteller: Porches
  • Album: The House
  • Etikett: Domino
  • Katalog #: WIGLP406
  • MP3: 2860 mb | FLAC: 2678 mb
  • Freigegeben: 19 Jan 2018
  • Land: Europe
  • Stil: Indie Pop
  • Bewertung: 4.9/5
  • Abstimmungen: 028
  • Kategorie: Elektronische Musik / Popmusik
Porches - The House mp3 herunterladen

Trackliste

1Åkeren
Vocals – Okay Kaya
2Now The Water
Backing Vocals – Maya Laner
3Wobble
4Anymore
5Swimmer
Backing Vocals – Cameron Wisch
6Leave The House
Backing Vocals – Alex Giannascoli
7Ono
8Understanding
Composed By – Peter MaineLyrics By – Peter MaineVocals – Peter Maine
9Country
Backing Vocals – Bryndon Cook, Devonté Hynes
10By My Side
Backing Vocals – Bryndon Cook
11Find Me
Backing Vocals – Bae1991
12Goodbye
13W Longing
Backing Vocals – Maya LanerSaxophone – Jason Acre
14Anything U Want

Credits

  • ArtworkJason Nocito
  • Mastered ByTom Coyne
  • Mixed ByChris Coady
  • Written-By, Recorded By, ProducerAaron Maine

Hinweise

"180gm heavyweight virgin vinyl comes with mp3s"

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 887828040612

Album

The House is the third studio album by New York-based musician Aaron Maine's Porches project. The album was released on January 19, 2018 on Domino Records. The album has features from Sandy Alex G, Dev Hynes, Bryndon Cook, Okay Kaya, Maya Laner, Cameron Wisch, and Peter Maine Aaron Maine's father. The album's first single was Country, released on October 11, 2017. The album's second single, Find Me, was released on October 24, 2017. The House by Porches, released 19 January 2018 1. Leave The House 2. Find Me 3. Understanding 4. Now The Water 5. Country 6. By My Side 7. Åkeren 8. Anymore 9. Wobble 10. Goodbye 11. Swimmer 12. W Longing 13. Ono 14. Anything U Want Porches third record The House is a conscious effort in minimalism and honesty. strelnik Simply awesome. This album accompanied me on a long drive for the first listen. Thicc beats and lush atmosphere yet still grounded with it's moodiness which feels like dancing while lost in a daydream also not to forget these sensations are amazing when turned up LOUD. Favorite track: Now The Water. The House. Released January 19, 2018. The House Tracklist. Leave the House Lyrics. Find Me Lyrics. The House is about coping with critical opinions and rejection as he decides to truly express himself in the way he feels is authentic. The House, itself represents both Maines withdrawal and isolation as a response to criticism as displayed in the video of Find Me and also the musical box these criticsfans wanted him to stay in. The House Q&A. Listen free to Porches The House Leave The House, Find Me and more. 14 tracks 38:12. Porches third record The House is a conscious effort in minimalism and honesty. Making Pool -the bands 2016 breakthrough record, and Domino debut- I learned how valuable the spirit of the demos are, says singer Aaron Maine, so this time I made a point of capturing a song the day it was conceived. Making Pool -the bands 2016 breakthrough record, and Domino debut- I learned how valuable the spirit of the demos are, says singer. 1 year ago 1 year ago. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 19 January 2018. Leave The House. Not available in United States. Find Me. The House, the third studio LP to Porches name, furthers the exploration of the tension between how youre seen and how you feel, but never quite locks into the kind of groove that made Pool so satisfying. In its tightest moments, The House boasts some of the most gripping tracks Maine has ever released as Porches. Find Me vaults forward with a techno punch as it examines the psychological layout of overwhelming anxiety, the kind that traps you indoors, away from the party, deep in your own head. I think that Ill stay insideIf you dont think that theyd mindI cant let it find me, Mai. Subscribe to Porches on YouTube: http. Domino Recording Co от лица компании Domino Recording Co were lots of remarkable things about Pool, the 2016 album by New Yorks Aaron Maine, who records dreamy electropop and electro dreampop as Porches. First, there was the impression of vaulting space between the hushed amplitude of his bass and the shimmering humidity of his synths. Then, there was the languorous character of his vocal melodies and the mesmeric evenness of his phrasing. Finally, there was his unusual version of sultry music about water, nocturnal rather than sunny, evoking white moonlight beating on black waves and indigo roiled by Jacuzzi jets. Porches aka Aaron Maine. Isolation, introspection and water metaphors defined Porches second album, 2016s Pool. On first listen to his third record, it might seem that the past two years have changed the newly bleach-blonde, earringed man behind Porches more than they have the music. But listen more closely, and you realise that New Yorks Aaron Maine has noticeably sharpened the vision of his synthpop solo project. The House seeks clarity in simplicity. Maine wanted to preserve the spirit of demos and capture song the day it was conceived. Possibly as a result, its several sh