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pyc
Artist: Customer
Album: Chocolate Ants
Discogs: http://www.discogs.com/release/1539306
Label: Torrentech
Style: IDM / Downtempo
Catalog: TT006
Released: 2008-11-18

Tracklist:
01. Kari And The Fire Eater (5:17)
02. The Tide Pulls You Out (2:03)
03. They Look Like Ants From Here (4:23)
04. New Kicks (3:22)
05. It Was Nice... While It Lasted (2:30)
06. Death Of A Nobody (2:07)
07. Chocolate Milk For Wookies (4:05)


Review:
Customer's second release for Torrentech netlabel continues the vibe we already felt on Checkout Line. This time, it's even more coherent. Nice micro sounds, pads, a bit of melancholic melodies, pushing towards the finer and finer expression. This album is to be listened from the beginning to the end, because it flows great. And it's good as a "background" music, too.


Message from authors:
Checkout Line was a lot of fun but we wanted to do something more focused this time around. This EP contains tracks from before, after and during the Checkout Line period but we feel they go together quite nicely. The three shorter songs act as interlude type pieces between what initially seemed to be the real standouts but we've found that these songlettes can be just as enjoyable as their full fledged counterparts. Two of the interludes even exist as longer versions, and seeing as how one of them is already a remix of an older track, don't be surprised if a recognizable theme shows up on a later release. Without further ado seven new songs from Customer.

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Tassels
Yaap! I'll listening...
ehime
Bitchin, thanks for the new tunes!
robcalm
These are awesome sounds, and the continuity is phenomenal. Thanks for putting this together and making it available. Torrentech is just magical magical.
archive_aldo
QUOTE (robcalm @ 18. Nov 2008, 13:49) *
These are awesome sounds, and the continuity is phenomenal. Thanks for putting this together and making it available. Torrentech is just magical magical.


Hi,

I'm curious about this new release and i'd like to listen to it. Is it possible for you guys to upload a file which is compatible with mac users?

thanks,

A
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Infovision
QUOTE (archive_aldo @ 18. Nov 2008, 17:41) *
Hi,

I'm curious about this new release and i'd like to listen to it. Is it possible for you guys to upload a file which is compatible with mac users?

thanks,

A
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The EP is being made available to download on last.fm. So if you have a last.fm account you will be able to download all the tracks shortly (30 min?).

http://www.last.fm/music/CUSTOMER
bosbeest
isn't there a rule against .rar? just kidding thanks for the release blush.gif
TommyToughGuy
WOOHOO!! Infovision I was just introduced to your music last night and I LOVE IT! Im so happy theres already a new EP out and its only been one day for me! biggrin.gif biggrin.gif YAAAAY!

Your shit is dank Info... thats all I gotta say. Fuckin dank
pyc
QUOTE (archive_aldo @ 18. Nov 2008, 23:41) *
I'm curious about this new release and i'd like to listen to it. Is it possible for you guys to upload a file which is compatible with mac users?


I don't understand, you can't listen to mp3 on mac?
Lucio Fulci
QUOTE (pyc @ 23. Nov 2008, 07:25) *
QUOTE (archive_aldo @ 18. Nov 2008, 23:41) *
I'm curious about this new release and i'd like to listen to it. Is it possible for you guys to upload a file which is compatible with mac users?


I don't understand, you can't listen to mp3 on mac?


I don't think Mac comes standard with software for unarchiving .rar files. This should do the trick though: RAR Expander
TommyToughGuy
No it doesnt but its really easy to get programs that do. The best one is called Stuffit Expander. Its a universal unarchiver... it does Zip, Rar, and just about everything else tongue.gif
alucardx
thanks,

i really liked the first one
djviz
QUOTE (TommyToughGuy @ 24. Nov 2008, 04:51) *
No it doesnt but its really easy to get programs that do. The best one is called Stuffit Expander. Its a universal unarchiver... it does Zip, Rar, and just about everything else tongue.gif


or UnRar
basarunder
very good release !
i loved "they look like ants from here"
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tundi
my favorite is Chocolate Milk For Wookies smile.gif the album itself is very sophisticated on the whole, anyway. wink.gif
Infovision
QUOTE (tundibaby @ 27. Jan 2009, 08:16) *
my favorite is Chocolate Milk For Wookies smile.gif the album itself is very sophisticated on the whole, anyway. wink.gif

I'm glad people have enjoyed this one. I always enjoy my own stuff but it can be hard to objectively gauge if people, who like the styles and artists I listen to regularly who influence me, will like the music I make.
It's also hard to tell how it will be appreciated. For example I've worked on these songs so much that they begin to seem trivial and empty. So, it's nice to see that someone finds them 'sophisticated' thanks.gif.
hamam543210
thank you for this one
Shp0ngleSp0res
Good stuff!
MadeInMachines
This is awesome! Kari & The Fire Eater is a beauty - Great release TT & Consumer

Any chance of a FLAC?
w1redla1n
I need a seeder please!!! Just found out customer had a new album can't wait to here it!!! Also you guys should totally put your work up on youtube. People want your music they just don't know it yet!!
MadeInMachines
This album is amazing - should be on Kompakt!
Do you have in FLAC please?
Thanks
pyc
Yeah, FLAC needed so it can be re-released, Info... smile.gif
an8bitkid
I hope you are working on more material. These 2 albums are right up there with some of my other favorites for chilling. You've got real talent smile.gif
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