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Tracklist

1eMMplekz Theme
2Bocanet
3Vacuum-Packed For Failure
4Summertime Blues
5The Square Quill
6Rude Solo (Kinderflekz)
7Cleaver-Squared
8IZOD Days
9Muted Sunday Winding
10Vague Leakage
11Structural Damage
12Coughing For Belgium
13eMMpledge
14DelSolvHalv

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MM058eMMplekz IZOD Days ‎(LP, TP)Mordant MusicMM058UK2012

Credits

  • Electronics, Guitar, Bass, Organ, Other [Tenancy Agreements]Ekoplekz
  • Mastered ByLewis
  • PaintingJaye Ho
  • ToastingAlby
  • Voice, Other [Vernac], Effects [Gerund-Processing], Other [Shellfish]Baron Mordant
  • Written-ByCochran (tracks: B3), Capehart (tracks: B3), eMMplekz

Notes

White vinyl with artwork/lyric sheet in clear PVC sleeve.

Video

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Title track from the album 'IZOD Days' , a collaboration between Ekoplekz & Baron October Days by eMMplekz, released 01 October 2012 1. eMMplekz Theme 2. DelvSolvHalv 3. IZOD Days 4. Muted Sunday Winding 5. Cleaver-Squared 6. Vacuum-Packed for Failure 7. The Square Quill 8. Bocanet 9. Coughing for Belgium 10. Summertime Blues 11. Rude Solo Kinderflekz 12. Vague Leakage 13. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. Listen free to eMMplekz Izod Days eMMplekz Theme, DelSolvHalv and more. 14 tracks . Слушать бесплатно и скачать eMMplekz - Izod Days в форматах mp3 320, WAV, Days. By eMMplekz. 2012 , 14 songs. eMMplekz Theme. Izod Days. 2012 Mordant Music. Copyright Control. Legal Privacy Cookies About Ads. Download Izod Days Original Mix by eMMplekz from the album Izod Days. Released by Mordant Music on Beatport, the world's largest music store for Squared - eMMplekz. Discover new music every day. Personalized recommendations, new music, stations, curated playlists for every taste, and easy management of your music library. Enjoy free access to millions : Hello, Mordant Music, Slag Heap Snow Angels, Ancient Weather Riffs и другие песни. Tracks in release Izod Days. Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label. eMMplekz Theme Original Mix. 83 bpm, 7B, F major, 2012-10-15, Electronica, 0 14. Mordant Music. DelvSolvHalv Original Mix. 163 bpm, 11A, F minor, 2012-10-15, Electronica, 0 14. Izod Days Original Mix. 0 bpm, 4A, F minor, 2012-10-15, Electronica, 0 14. Muted Sunday Winding Original Mix. 137 bpm, 5A, C minor, 2012-10-15, Electronica, 0 14. Cleaver Squared Original Mix. 121 bpm, 7A, D min. IZOD Days a4 eMMplekz - Muted Sunday Winding a5 eMMplekz - Cleaver Squared a6 eMMplekz - Vacuum-Packed For Failure a7 eMMplekz - The Square Quill b1 eMMplekz - Bocanet b2 eMMplekz - Coughing For Belgium b3 eMMplekz - Summertime Blues b4 eMMplekz - Rude Solo Kinderflekz b5 eMMplekz - Vague Leakage b6 eMMplekz - Structural Damage b7 eMMplekz - eMMpledge

Download eMMplekz - IZOD Days FLAC

Performer: eMMplekz

Title: IZOD Days

Country: UK

Release date: 15 Oct 2012

Label: Mordant Music

Style: Industrial, Experimental

Catalog: MM058

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1075 mb

Size FLAC: 2410 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 715

Record source: Vinyl, LP, White

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Burirus
Baron Mordant has a diary, he has apparently been keeping it hidden in plain view under the heading of a little blue bird. He's opted to put these musings to music but not just any kind of music. He's recruited the cartographer of voids and empty spaces known as Ekoplekz to do the honors. And honors they assuredly are, you see, I've been waiting for a long long time for these two to collaborate. Mordant Music the label has put out quite a few things tinged by the Plekz so the chronology of this project probably goes back farther than we'll ever know. But I'm feeling a bit paleontological, so lets take a few moments to set aside our daily errands and consider what's been snuck out on a white vinyl disc or routed o'er the lines via a digital flutter.

Izod, the brand, was ubiquitous in the 1980s, everyone you wanted to be and everywhere you wanted to go, that goddamn crocodile was emblematic of. In the era which saw the dawning of saturation brand marketing, Izod were one of the leading lights. They'd slap that thing everywhere they could, particularly sporting events; even though we call it soccer here it is a well known fact of how insidiously steeped the world of football was on the other side of the pond with this particular outfitter's wares. Now that the years have passed or rather in spite of them passing, our heroes find themselves in a state of immersion here. The Baron's words which are sometimes spoken and oddly sung at other places along the way, are of a particularly vintage British slant. He even sneaks the MMite onto the first song, surreptitiously recording him toasting some event; the cunning devil that he is, he then expands on the quick witted wordplay to showcase something which I can only assume to be thoroughly English: doing the daily.

Now what this means is anyone's guess. He might be showing us his routine, he could be running circles around us on a cockney detour or what I suspect he's up to is chronicling the malaise that comes from being in a country so obsessed with the tragicomedy of royalty and exclusive engagements that unemployment and rampant economic downturns are the order of the day. But like the song says, step lively! There's a matter of prestige involved here, possibly, maybe, ok definitely could happen, well it's not, oh sod it the roof's collapsing Mr. Twist of course you can't have more.

Bringing up the musical end of things, we find Ekoplekz cracking his own mold and injecting some very colorful bursts to serve as a counter-point to the rather drab prose which the Baron lets fall from the quill. If I didn't know any better, I'd say he's gone down yet another path wrought out of dub, digital effects and warped atmospheres no doubt all elegantly bound up in signature magnetic tape. The way he utilizes the spaces between the cadences of what words are infused onto the vinyl is a wonder to discover. It is as if he plotted out where each consonant and vowel trailed off and then proceeded to cram in the most unlikely collection of instrumentation(?) he could create. I say create because there is no way in the world what he's operating with is pre-set under any circumstances. If he doesn't build his own contraptions to manufacture this kind of work, I'm stunned but the prevailing wisdom I'm going to choose says that his arsenal is one which only he knows the rules and operating protocol for.

I find myself flowing in and out of consciousness, time and space become abstract concepts which are then re-cast into the scenes which come out of my speakers before resting firmly behind my heavy lids. This is not to say that IZOD Days is boring in any sense of the word but it comes from a universe all it's own. A definite yet somehow indefinite existential voyage you'd be a fool to pass up. Tangible thought becomes only shadows, forms of sounds, parallel inverses inverted; the order of the day? Who's to say.
Burirus
Baron Mordant has a diary, he has apparently been keeping it hidden in plain view under the heading of a little blue bird. He's opted to put these musings to music but not just any kind of music. He's recruited the cartographer of voids and empty spaces known as Ekoplekz to do the honors. And honors they assuredly are, you see, I've been waiting for a long long time for these two to collaborate. Mordant Music the label has put out quite a few things tinged by the Plekz so the chronology of this project probably goes back farther than we'll ever know. But I'm feeling a bit paleontological, so lets take a few moments to set aside our daily errands and consider what's been snuck out on a white vinyl disc or routed o'er the lines via a digital flutter.

Izod, the brand, was ubiquitous in the 1980s, everyone you wanted to be and everywhere you wanted to go, that goddamn crocodile was emblematic of. In the era which saw the dawning of saturation brand marketing, Izod were one of the leading lights. They'd slap that thing everywhere they could, particularly sporting events; even though we call it soccer here it is a well known fact of how insidiously steeped the world of football was on the other side of the pond with this particular outfitter's wares. Now that the years have passed or rather in spite of them passing, our heroes find themselves in a state of immersion here. The Baron's words which are sometimes spoken and oddly sung at other places along the way, are of a particularly vintage British slant. He even sneaks the MMite onto the first song, surreptitiously recording him toasting some event; the cunning devil that he is, he then expands on the quick witted wordplay to showcase something which I can only assume to be thoroughly English: doing the daily.

Now what this means is anyone's guess. He might be showing us his routine, he could be running circles around us on a cockney detour or what I suspect he's up to is chronicling the malaise that comes from being in a country so obsessed with the tragicomedy of royalty and exclusive engagements that unemployment and rampant economic downturns are the order of the day. But like the song says, step lively! There's a matter of prestige involved here, possibly, maybe, ok definitely could happen, well it's not, oh sod it the roof's collapsing Mr. Twist of course you can't have more.

Bringing up the musical end of things, we find Ekoplekz cracking his own mold and injecting some very colorful bursts to serve as a counter-point to the rather drab prose which the Baron lets fall from the quill. If I didn't know any better, I'd say he's gone down yet another path wrought out of dub, digital effects and warped atmospheres no doubt all elegantly bound up in signature magnetic tape. The way he utilizes the spaces between the cadences of what words are infused onto the vinyl is a wonder to discover. It is as if he plotted out where each consonant and vowel trailed off and then proceeded to cram in the most unlikely collection of instrumentation(?) he could create. I say create because there is no way in the world what he's operating with is pre-set under any circumstances. If he doesn't build his own contraptions to manufacture this kind of work, I'm stunned but the prevailing wisdom I'm going to choose says that his arsenal is one which only he knows the rules and operating protocol for.

I find myself flowing in and out of consciousness, time and space become abstract concepts which are then re-cast into the scenes which come out of my speakers before resting firmly behind my heavy lids. This is not to say that IZOD Days is boring in any sense of the word but it comes from a universe all it's own. A definite yet somehow indefinite existential voyage you'd be a fool to pass up. Tangible thought becomes only shadows, forms of sounds, parallel inverses inverted; the order of the day? Who's to say.