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Title: I Remember (Translations Of Mørketid)
Style: Ambient
Released: 2011
FLAC album: 2018 mb
MP3 album: 1480 mb
Rating: 4.5
Genre: Electronic

Tracklist

Would It Be The Same13:28
The Promise (Reprise)14:40
We Said Forever14:40
A Taste Of Your Own Medicine6:25
There Was Nothing But Beauty In My Heart13:20
This Place Has Only Known Sadness16:08

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GM0011bvdub I Remember (Translations Of Mørketid) ‎(CD, Album)Glacial Movements RecordsGM0011Italy2011
GM0011bvdub I Remember (Translations Of Mørketid) ‎(6xFile, FLAC, Album)Glacial Movements RecordsGM0011Italy2011
GM0011bvdub I Remember (Translations Of Mørketid) ‎(6xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Glacial Movements RecordsGM0011Italy2011

Album

Формируйте собственную. Get all 46 bvdub Brock Van Wey releases available on Bandcamp and save 30. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Burn Back Time, Ten Times the World Lied, At the Alter, Explosions in Slow Motion, Nights of Nine Vigils, Earth House Hold - Never Forget Us, A Different Definition of Love, East of Oceans - Broken Seas EP, and 38 more. and . I Remember Translations of Moerketid. KudosRecords от лица компании Glacial Movements. A Taste of Your Own Medicine. I Remember Translations of Mørketid Bvdub. More By Bvdub. The Art of Dying Alone. I Remember Translations of 'Mørketid'. Subtitled Translation of Mørketid, Brock Van Wey's second album for the Glacial Movements label is a reinterpretation of an album by label head Alessandro Tedeschi. The music is exactly what you might expect from a label called Glacial Movements: ambient and more or less beatless, and tending to develop very, very slowly but with irresistible force. BvDub , David Williams. Songs in album I Remember Translations Of 'Morketid' 2011. BvDub - This Place Has Only Known Sadness. BvDub - We Said Forever. BvDub Williams - The Promise Reprise. BvDub - Would It Be The Same. BvDub - There Was Nothing But Beauty In My Heart. BvDub - A Taste Of Your Own Medicine. Listen free to Bvdub I Remember translations of Moerketid This Place Has Only Known Sadness, We Said Forever and more. 6 tracks 78:40. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the jigsaw puzzles for free Home. I Remember Translations of Mørketid, 2011. A Taste of Your Own Medicine, 06:24. You can buy Album I Remember Translations Of Mørketid 2011 - Bvdub. Listen online top songs Bvdub. Download the latest song of I Remember Translations Of Mørketid: The Promise Feat. David Williams Reprise. Bvdub - I Remember Translations Of Mørketid. Release type: Album. Release source: CD. Year: 2011. This album has an average beat per minute of 97 BPM slowestfastest tempos: 61127 BPM. Tracklist I Remember Translations of Mørketid. This Place Has Only Known Sadness. 127 BPM. We Said Forever

Performer

Listen to music from Bvdub like with Broken Wings and Giants Tall, Not Yours to Build & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bvdub. From his days DJing and throwing underground break-ins for over a decade in the late 80's - early 90's rave scene in his native San Francisco, to a life of seclusion within the ancient walls of Shaoxing China, where he until recently called home, Brock Van Wey, aka bvdub, has lived and breathed electronic music for nearly 22 years. bvdub, Brock Van Wey official page Home: Booking: BC. bvdub & Ian Hawgood - The Truth Hurts bvdub & Ian Hawgood. bvdub - Wolven A Modern Interpretation. To Live. Strangers No More EP. bvdub Brock Van Wey Shaoxing, China. Bvdub: все альбомы, включая Ten Times the World Lied , Explosions in Slow Motion , Drowning in Daylight и другие. Check out Bvdub on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs. Watch as bassist Pete Griffin explores the American Performer Jazz Bass. With an illustrious history dating back to 1946, Fender has touched and transformed music worldwide and in nearly every genre: rock n roll, country and western, jazz, rhythm and blues, and many music video BvDub - The Wall Between Us online. Update music video. Send lyrics Send translation. Similar songs. Sweatson Klank - The Wall Between Us. Mary Fay - This Wall Between Us. Emitt Rhodes - This Wall Between Us. Martin Graff - The Wall Between Us Original Mix. BvDub - Everything Between You And Me. Yours are Stories of Sadness. A Thousand Words. Bvdub - Ten Times the World Lied. Top Songs. It All Ends with the Coming Sky. Lest You Forget. Another Love. Beauty Is In the Eye of the Pretender. Bvdub & Ian Hawgood. With Broken Wings and Giants Tall. Rainless ivers. On Deaf Hearts Your Prayers They Fall. Free music collection artist bvdub - find all tracks in mp3 online for free. Listen and download all songs by bvdub. Free collection of music, songs and tracks from bvdub - find and listen as much as you want

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Comments: (7)
Naktilar
Bvdub reworks MORTEKID into I REMEMBER. "This Place Has Only Known Sadness" piles on the synth washes until it forms a thick atmosphere with a single click beat to punctuate it. "We Said Forever" starts on the same path, though in a major key, bursting into blossom halfway through. "The Promise (Reprise)" sticks with the sustained layers, while "Would It Be The Same" lays down the sadness from its opening notes which continue even as the low beats skitter in and resolve into a downtempo rhythm. The echoing guitar and voice on "There Was Nothing But Beauty In My Heart" add a nice texture. "A Taste Of Your Own Medicine" has more refraction in its electronics, giving it more urgency, but even so, it's a mellow urgency. I'm not sure where Netherworld's original album fits into all this, but Bvdub certainly has his own vision.
monotronik
It is difficult to know whether to be more impressed by the sheer size of Brock Van Wey’s portfolio as an artist or the level of quality that he manages to sustain. Regardless, Van Wey, or bvdub, surely stands out as one of ambient music’s most influential figures. His recent collaboration with Ian Hagwood, The Truth Hurts, for Nomadic Kids Republic, reviewed by Headphone Commute in October, and his curation on the compilation Air Texture Vol 1, speak to bvdub’s growing reputation in the industry. His output as a solo artist is showing no signs of slowing down, however, and I Remember is his sixthrelease in 2011!Van Wey’s work is laced with emotion, typically drawing on themes seemingly close to his heart. I Remember epitomizes this, and is, for me, by far the most affecting of his recent solo releases. The theme here is nostalgia, with song titles evoking regret and, ultimately, retribution. Musically this approach has the effect of drawing the listener in to bvdub’s world; this is not ambient music that blends into the background but rather a shared journey. The opener, “This Place Has Only Known Sadness”, sets the stage well. It is less beat driven than many tracks on Tribes at the Temple of Silence (Home Normal, 2011), instead creating an epic soundscape that circles around haunting vocals. “We Said Forever” is similarly crafted and leads in to the album’s highlight “The Promise (reprise)”.This is an exquisite example of a track that marches to its crescendo, peaking around the eight minute mark, before lingering, and very, very slowly drifting away (think Autechre’s “Piezo” from Amber). It is among the most exhilarating and moving pieces of electronic music I have heard recently and stands out as the centre piece of this album. The remaining songs on the album come together to make this a substantial piece of work, clocking in at just over the hour mark. The final track, “A Taste Of Your Own Medicine”, a bracing send off of soaring intensity and energy, ends this journey into bvdub’s world in thrilling fashion.Newcomers to bvdub can be overwhelmed by his extensive catalogue of releases – latest albums include Then (AY, 2011), Resistance Is Beautiful (Darla, 2011), Songs For A Friend I Left Behind (Distant Noise, 2011), and the very latest, Serenity (Darla, 2012) - but the consistent quality of Van Wey’s work is irresistible. I Remember represents bvdub at both his very best and his most personal, similar to how we found him on The Art of Dying Alone, released by Glacial Movements in 2010. For its emotional intensity and electronic craft, this album comes highly recommended!
Mysterious Wrench
Bvdub "I Remember (Translations Of Mørketid)" CDProlific and applauded sound explorer Brock Van Wey aka Bvdub offers to us his second album for Italian Glacial Movements label, based around his own feelings and memories, which were evoked when exploring Netherworld's album "Mørketid". I must say the result of these "translations" is absolutely stunning, transporting each listener into pristine, misty regions and achieving the status of one of the most beautiful and imaginative works of 2011. "This Place Has Only Known Sadness", a 16-minute prologue, opens with spiraling, colder drones, which are enriched by delicate strings and above immense snowy landscapes floating dreamy femme voices. The second half of this amazing piece is gradually evolving and it reaches more intense and massive soundwalls. Colossally magnificent composition!!! "We Said Forever" unveils more poetic and tranquil terrains, at least for the first 5-plus minutes, again masterfully spiced by acoustics and heavenly choirs. This longer, clocking to nearly 15 minutes, and blissful sonic exploration slowly moves into heavier, stormy texture with hidden dub techno ingredients. Epic soundscaping at its finest!!! The next longer piece,"The Promise (Reprise)", features David Williams as guest and creates with its looped structure mesmerizingly picturesque and sentimental feel, less dramatic, but as much grandiose!!! Nostalgic piano leads "Would It Be The Same" into truly poetic territories, but soon it traverses into realms colored with hypnotically pulsing dub elements. Rapidly moving, sharper beats are precisely interacting with slowed-down, but more monumental parts. Celestial voices invade the stage and enrich this piece towards the end. Fully enjoyable and definitely the most uplifting passage of this journey. "There Was Nothing But Beauty In My Heart" unwraps with another poetically beautiful atmosphere carefully spiced by various hisses. Soon tender acoustic guitar wizardry and warmly expressive femme voices enter the show to bring this composition into not only heavenly, heartwarming realms, but for me, also into an ultimate position of a milestone!!! Now Glacial Movements are bridged with slight 4AD vocal reminiscences, Bravo Maestro!!! The final piece, "A Taste Of Your Own Medicine" is the only rather shorter piece on this album clocking to 6 and half minutes. Based on monotonously repetitive and rough ambience. Nicely fitting outro! As usual, Bjarne Riesto and Keep Adding joined their forces for fully rewarding visual immersion. To be honest, I am quite an outsider to lately emerging Bvdub's discography, I am familiar only with his previous Glacial Movements release, the essential "The Art Of Dying Alone" album, but "I Remember (Translations Of Mørketid)" excels in every aspect and is packed with 79 minutes of musical virtuosity and listening pleasure. A true masterpiece!!!Richard Gürtler (Mar 25, 2012, Bratislava, Slovakia)
Arabella V.
Ha! Great, hilarious review. I didn't want to like this album, but dammit I cannot give it less than 5. Bvdub continues to crank out perfect recordings, so all the naysayers will be foiled again (at least with this album). Maybe next one'll be a flop. But I doubt it. ;-)
lucky kitten
Ah, Bvdub, Bvdub! There's no artist with quite the unique cache of Bvdub these days. The best two things about Bvdub on Discogs: First, the ridiculously over-inflated ratings (people of the future, if you are reading this review and the rating is below 4.60 at a minimum, the entire world has ended, something has gone horribly wrong). Second, the reviews in which a torrent of ejaculatory free verse impressionistic word salad is unleashed upon the reader. More to the point, few ever attempt to describe the music. I will do so to a pedantic point, just to give the reader another alternative to these horrifying "I was transported away to a mystical Tolkien fantasy-world!" type of reviews that praise much but say little. Track 1 - This doesn't sound like Bvdub's usual sound, which is probably why I'm liking it so far. This is cold music, no two ways about it. It's fairly minimal. I do like the tinny clangs in the background and yes, I actually do like the ethereal female vocals. Now keep in mind I like music like Asura so this might not be for everyone. I'm starting to wonder if people are going to rise up as an angry mob against this release because this first track sounds more commercial than you'd expect from "The 'Dub." Okay, I like this, the choral parts have gotten louder, the synth pads and overdubs have kicked in, if you're listening to this on a good set of headphones and you're at all buzzed, that bit that kicks in at 12:15 sounds pretty nice, the choral part is almost New-Agey at this point... it's beginning to drag a bit... okay, it's done. It's way better than the usual rigmarole of Bvdub. I still have 5 more tracks... Track 2 - At first this track has nothing going for it. We've heard this kind of thing before. Then the "celestial choir" kicks in. Okay, at around 5:30, I love this, those are some psychill sounds that sweep in. This track just got a lot more interesting. You could hear this track on a Solar Fields album (that is a very good thing). I like this track even better than the first. The psy bit is now gone and some quiet overdubbed female vox have taken center stage. The celestial choir is still hanging out. Nice! On to Track 3. This has a space ambient buildup. While the last two songs the choral pieces have been female, this one sounds more masculine. Now there's a lazy looped melody that sounds a little more like Bvdub. It's good, but after a bit of a lull, at 9:00 we're starting to go farther out into space a bit. This track almost reminds me of "Epicenter Part 1" from Carbon Based Lifeforms' "Hydroponic Garden," which is a great track. This is not the equal of that, but still, it's picked up considerably and I like this track a lot. Track 4 - This is a lot more subdued so far and a bit more minimal. This still feels like north of the Arctic Circle music, to be sure. I say, at 3:00 the song kicks in with these soft, near-industrial beats. Like a harder Basic Channel or Aes Dana. Not a lot harder though. Some static here and there. The first three tracks have been gloriously ethereal ambient, this is definitely where the IDM fans are going to perk up. I'm more of an ambient lover than an IDM one, but this is good. Now we've got a more straightforward IDM track with some really neat synth washes. Nice. This track isn't going to be my pick-to-click, I like it, but I know the Bvdub fans are going to be all over this. A lot of nice swirling beats and melodies in here. North of 9 minutes this track is sounding more traditional Bvdub dub techno. Better than that though, because this is keeping my attention. Kind of a downer, I don't like the vocal loop at the end, it's a little grating and out of place. Track 5 - Starts out new-agey sounding. Not unlike something one might hear on an Enigma album. Not digging it too much, but so far every track has gone somewhere better than where it started. These female vocals though, these really sound like they came from the bottom of the New Age bargain bin though. Did Enya co-write this? Well, the spell is broken. Okay, at 6 minutes we've gotten less flaky and more floaty-wavy-gravy ambient. Good. Ha, it's almost like a neat trick, stick you with 6 minutes of subpar build-up and then take you up to the clouds with a soaring melody here. I like this. I just need to hack up those first 5+ minutes. This track could stand to evolve a little more, but I still like what's it become. Last track - I like the way it starts, this is definitely "full-on" ambient, that is, with a full sound that fills up the headphones. No gentle pauses or analog tape hiss here. It's even a bit noisy. Nice. It's a shorter track so I'm not hearing the evolution of the others, but the other hand, it started off so strongly, so... Well, that's it, track by track. If you want the much shorter fluffy impressionistic version I'll say it's like riding the Seibu line through Ikebukuro, then all of a sudden it flies off the tracks and becomes an old Victorian passenger car going through the cold wasteland of H.P. Lovecraft's dreaded Plateau of Leng. Anyway, I give it 5 out of 5 and have it add it to my THC enjoyment list. I'd rate the tracks, from favorite to least: 2, 1, 3, 6, 4, 5. I don't consider myself a fan of Bvdub (too many of his releases deemed "essential masterpieces" are repetitive and dull, certainly not evocative) but this is going to make some best of 2011 lists. I recommend it, it's my favorite Bvdub release. Not only that, as of Sept 2011, this is the best release in my opinion from the label Glacial Movements, which has released albums by Netherworld, Oophoi, and Lull! Yeah, pretty bold stuff. Give it a listen, at least tracks 1-4, that's 90% of the story there.
Der Bat
I love bvdub and I love my bras, so caressing, so nice... :D I also like waffles (>.>)-#
Macage
you say: horrifying "I was transported away to a mystical Tolkien fantasy-world!" type of reviewsso people can't have an opinion about something? they can't express how THEY like the music, and what it did for THEM? Don't knock the community here, those are people just expressing why they like the music.I would rather read what those people have to say than someone who spreads propaganda about illegal downloads because he doesn't know how a free market works.go contradict yourself some more.