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Soul Sleep - HTRK - Psychic 9-5 Club (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Soul Sleep - HTRK - Psychic 9-5 Club (CD, Album)

  1. Zololrajas
    Mar 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Peach Vinyl release of Psychic Club on Discogs. Label: Ghostly International - GI LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Peach • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: New Wave.
  2. Dizshura
    Jul 31,  · /// A1 Give It Up A2 Blue Sunshine A3 Feels Like Love A4 Soul Sleep B1 Wet Dream B2 Love Is Distraction B3 Chinatown Style B4 The Body You Deserve.
  3. Kiramar
    Psychic Club (CD) HTRK Work (Work Work) [Red Vinyl] (LP) HTRK Part Time Punks Radio Sessions (12") HTRK Work (Work, Work) (CD) HTRK Work (Work Work) (LP) HTRK Eat Yr Heart / Sweetheart (12") HTRK View More. Label Releases. Music For .
  4. Dulmaran
    Psychic Club marks the beginning of a new chapter for HTRK. It's an album that looks back on a time of sadness and struggle, and within that struggle they find hope and humour and love. It's Jonnine Standish and Nigel Yang's first album recorded entirely as a duo—former band member Sean Stewart died halfway through the recording of their.
  5. Mazurn
    Unpacking the title of an album is a lot more fun when it has meaning that goes beyond provocation or aesthetic appeal. HTRK’s (pronounced “Hate Rock”) first full-length record without founding member, bassist Sean Stewart, is called Psychic Club, and its title, seemingly full of attitude without meaning, melds New Age ideas with dub to create a meditative zone of isolated consciousness.
  6. Tezil
    Psychic Club, an album by HTRK on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  7. Moogurg
    Psychic Club, an Album by HTRK. Released 1 April on Ghostly (catalog no. GI; CD). Genres: Ambient Pop, Minimal Synth.
  8. Fenrijin
    From the levitating dub of opener 'Give It Up' to the shimmering electronics of 'The Body You Deserve', we're in the presence of transcendent brilliance throughout 'Psychic Club'; flitting from the beautifully bombed-out 'Blue Sunshine' to slinky, sensuous slow-jam 'Feels Like Love' which honestly lives up to its title, thru the hypnagogic sweetness of 'Soul Sleep' and the writhing pulses of 'Wet Dream', to the .

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