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Matrixxman - Homesick Musikalbum

Matrixxman - Homesick Musikalbum Darsteller: Matrixxman
Titel: Homesick
Stil: Techno, House
Category: Elektronische Musik
Datum der Freigabe: 10 Jul 2015
Land: US
Etikett: Ghostly International
Katalognummer: GI-245
Size MP3: 1964 mb
Size FLAC: 2176 mb
Rating: 4.8


1Switch Blade
2HMU (Hit Me Up)
Featuring – Vin Sol
3Opium Den
4Annika's Theme
7False Pattern Recognition
8Network Failure
9Earth Like Conditions
10Red Light District
11Packard Plant


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneMatrixxman Homesick ‎(12xFile, AAC, Album, VBR)Ghostly InternationalnoneUS2015
GI 245Matrixxman Homesick ‎(2xLP, Album)Ghostly InternationalGI 2452015
noneMatrixxman Homesick ‎(12xFile, ogg, Album, VBR)Ghostly InternationalnoneUS2015
noneMatrixxman Homesick ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Ghostly InternationalnoneUS2015
GI-245Matrixxman Homesick ‎(CD, Album)Ghostly InternationalGI-245US2015


  • ArtworkMichael Cina
  • Engineer [Assistant Tape Op]Vin Sol
  • Mastered ByHelmut Erler
  • Written-By, ProducerCharles McCloud Duff


Limited to 300 copies.


  • Barcode (Text): 804297824512
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Label Code: LC 47563


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ghostly International
  • Copyright (c) – Ghostly International
  • Mastered At – Dubplates & Mastering
  • Published By – Lord Virtual Music



Album 2015 12 Songs. More By Matrixxman. While many of the album's cuts get down to brass tacks with straightforward jacking rhythms, there's a handful of misty interludes and ambient pieces, with Annika's Theme being the most cohesive and memorable. The album's hits its grubby, dirty peak with Switchblade, which features sparse, dubby echoes toppling over a pounding mass of steely percussion. The album offers a fresh perspective on minimal techno, keeping things energetic and more than a little bit apprehensive. Songs in album Matrixxman - Homesick 2015. Matrixxman - Necronomicon. Matrixxman - Augmented. Matrixxman - Red Light District. Matrixxman - Packard Plant. Matrixxman - Dejected. Matrixxman - Network Failure. Matrixxman - False Pattern Recognition. Matrixxman - Opium Den. Matrixxman - Annika's Theme. On his debut album for Ghostly International, Charles Duff, the San Francisco producer behind Matrixxman, explores the darker sides of humanity. Having caught our attention with promising EPs for Ghostly International sister label. Weaving his trademark element of squeezing 909 patterns into ambient frameworks, he opens up a world of rich associations. His interest in the inherently ambiguous relationship between the human and the machine finds expression in the deep punching kicks throughout the album, and in Detroit references such as 'Packard Plant', one of the city's former automobile-manufacturing factories. Listen free to Matrixxman Homesick Necronomicon, Augmented and more. 12 tracks 59:49. Purchase at The Ghostly Store: Stream Matrixxman - Homesick, a playlist by ghostly from desktop or your mobile device. Purchase at The Ghostly Store: xman-homesick. Matrixxman Homesick Ghostly Ghostly International Techno. Released by . Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Homesick 2015. Album by MATRiXXMAN. Earth Like Conditions. was remixed in. Earth Like Conditions Instance Remix by Instance 2016. Augmented Gherkin Jerks Lab Chaos Mix by Gherkin Jerks 2016. His debut album, Homesick, displays a newfound and dogged single-mindedness. It is so intently focused upon its aesthetic-dark, ominous, sensually mechanical, all hot breath and brushed stainless steel-that it feels, in retrospect, like everything until now has been leading up to this. Homesick is not quite a concept album, but there's a ghost of a narrative visible in the record's bookending tracks. First, there's Necronomicon, which opens the LP with nine-and-a-half minutes of greyscale throb, like Basic Channel rendered ultra-minimal and unusually menacing. Homesick Remixes. The Spell EP. Homesick, 2015. Red Light District, 03:32. Packard Plant, 04:17

This has got to be my favourite album of 2015. Just flawless : )