Emancipator - Safe In The Steep Cliffs

Emancipator is the project of Doug Appling, producer/multi-instrumentalist living in Portland, Oregon, USA. He self-released his first album, Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, at the age of 19 in 2006. His agile melodies layered over headnodic, immaculately-produced beats captivated fans across the internet and across the world. This is his latest album, released last month. It blends new instrumentation and organic samples with the signature Emancipator style of clean production, silky melodies and addictive drums. Dense layers of choirs, horns, American folk instruments such as the banjo and mandolin, violin and some distinct Asian influences make for a playful but refined album built out of intricate tracks listeners can enjoy on as many levels as they want. Dance to it, chill out to it, immerse your mind in it. Awesome!

Artist: Emancipator
Album: Safe In The Steep Cliffs
Year: 2010
Genre: trip-hop, electronica, downtempo, instrumental, ambient

Tracks:
1. Greenland
2. Black lake
3. Jet stream
4. Kamakura
5. All through the night
6. Old devil
7. Nevergreen
8. Ares
9. Rattlesnakes
10. Bury them bones
11. Vines
12. Hill sighed
13. Siren
14. Safe in the steep cliffs

Official Website
Last.fm
MySpace

Buy a physical copy from his website (store coming soon) or download from bandcamp ($10).
Check the comments to listen first.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.mediafire.com/?2nezyaizjqz

Down Pillows said...

i can imaging elephant in that image. do you?

Anonymous said...

HAHA!That's true!im agreed with you!
fosho...., elephant!

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