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Street Halo EP / Kindred EP [Import Japonais] Burial
Release Date: 2012 - 05 - 21, Audio CD, Hyperdub / Beatink
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Untrue - BurialAn Exceptional 2nd Album From A Truly Exciting Artist (203 words)
by dissident505 - written on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 9 readings)
William Bevan, aka B Burial is a dubstep artist from South London. Dubstep is such an ecclectic genre now that simply describing this album as such will give you little idea as to what to expect. Burial s style incorporates drums closer to garage than some other dubstep artists. Distance fractures of singing, pads and an uncertainty of where the music will go or what comes next. Most of his tracks are permiated with a meloncholy. This album is like a sonic journey through Britains dark, grimey streets. Burial is so adept at capturing scenes and feeling in his tracks that when listening you can see yourself looking out the window of a bus making it s way through a cold ...
Untrue - BurialBurial (166 words)
by jenn_jac - written on 22/01/09 (7 readings)
the man behind B Burial was unknown untill around the time his Mercury prize nomination was announced last year. The seemingly ordinary Londoner William Bevan, seemed uninterested in the spotlight, instead allowing the music to speak for itself. A case in point was the fact that he did not attend the Mercury Prize on the night, ...