MP3 Pleasurecraft - Lost Patterns
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Synth pop and indie rock combine forces to create stylish, catchy dance music without a trace of irony.
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This is a version of your future. This is a memory of a past. Time is marching. Enjoy this moment. Don’t let the party stop. Take pleasure... This is Pleasurecraft. Four guys, two synthesizers, two guitars and a hacked-up world of beats, bleeps and heartaches--all locked up inside an ipod. Pleasurecraft presents "Lost Patterns," the band’s first since "Transmitter", the four-song EP, which laid the groundwork for their sound in 2002.
After developing their live show in their hometown (Seattle) and the Northwest, Pleasurecraft set their sites on creating a full-length CD of new material. Hunkering down in keyboardist/producer Kirk Bentley’s Hair Salon home studio, they have emerged with a dazzling full-length. Without a trace of irony, Pleasurecraft brings you songs laden with snippets of the past. Right from the start, the album delivers dreamy pop bliss and dark, atmospheric undertones. Guitarists Bryan Manzo and Patrick Partington layer it on thick with guitar sounds of every make and model--adding an indie-rock feel to the din of computers. My Young and Kirk Bentley twist and tweak away at the sounds coming from their machines, and somehow still manage to sing melodies that nest in your brain at an almost alarming rate.
This is music made by machines, but with humans planted firmly in the driver’s seat. Ignoring the mechanical and cold which surrounds so much of the genre, Pleasurecraft create melodies that swirl within a backbeat of dark and danceable pop.