TBA

TBA

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Clicks and pops flutter and swoon throughout Natalie Beridze's first full-length as TBA, making it an apt release for Thomas Brinkmann's Max Ernst label. Brinkmann doesn't often use the label for other producers -- Luciano, John Harding, and Vladislav Delay are the only ones who have made brief appearances, apart from the label's operator -- so it's apparent that this has his full endorsement. None of the 21 tracks has much of anything to do with the dancefloor, however; it's all fragile glitch-pop, with the occasional unobtrusive vocal added to brittle, albeit comforting, constructs. The vocal tracks (featuring the voices of Beridze and a fellow named Nika) leave the greatest impressions; the closing "Wind" is the most moving, a relatively upbeat lullaby with more depth than an entire chillout compilation.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
1
TBA
TBA
2:13
2
TBA
TBA
3:23
3
TBA
TBA
2:06
4
TBA
TBA
2:57
5
TBA
TBA
2:12
6
TBA
TBA
3:17
7
TBA
TBA
2:15
8
TBA
TBA
2:16
9
TBA
TBA
1:47
10
TBA
TBA
3:12
11
TBA
TBA
2:29
12
TBA
TBA
1:42
13
TBA
TBA
2:30
14
TBA
TBA
0:54
15
TBA
TBA
2:23
16
TBA
TBA
1:37
17
TBA
TBA
1:51
18
TBA
TBA
3:02
19
TBA
TBA
2:40
20
TBA
TBA
2:12
21
TBA
TBA
3:54
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