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Grip - Ben Klock - One (CD, Album)

  1. Dulabar

    'One' is the debut album of Ben Klock. Stylistically, Klock draws on plentiful resources. There's the dirty techno in 'Grip', the sexy intermittent 'Check Your Pulse', alongside ambient like tracks like 'Init One' and 'Init Two', as well as the dubstep inspired 'Goldrush'.
  2. Duran

    Ben Klock has been making music for the past 10 years releasing a bunch of singles and EP's, but this is his debut full length album released on the Ostgut Ton label. What I like about this is the hard beats, his compositions are slowly evolving and almost atmospheric but he always maintains a hard beat to keep things going.
  3. Kagat

    May 29,  · Relaxing JAZZ For WORK and STUDY - Background Instrumental Concentration JAZZ for Work and Study - Duration: Relax Music Recommended for you.
  4. Gozahn

    Ben Klock - One | ‘One’ is the debut album of Ben Klock. With its forward thinking appeal, it smoothly follows on from Shed’s debut last year. Controlling h.
  5. JoJoshakar

    Apr 03,  · During a time when many DJs and producers aim for aggressively minimal compositions, Berlin-based artist Ben Klock seemingly flips the equation, submitting a debut album that skates along under.
  6. Akit

    Listen to One by Ben Klock on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  7. Vudogami

    Sep 04,  · That may sound dramatic but, well, it is. Imagine a less humanistic, more desecrated soundscape than Ben Klock's One, and you'll have your ear pressed against the world Gibson so ably documents with this album: It's like he's actually been to the end of time, recorded it, returned and then stuck it on selfrobigeralighnonontisovati.coinfo: Kristan Caryl.
  8. Mauk

    One is, in fact, at least the equal of Prosumer & Murat Tepeli's Serenity and Shed's Shedding the Past, the artist albums released by Ostgut in One is rooted in Klock's typically cycling rhythms, yet the sum of the tracks add up to a set that is very much album shaped, as opposed to merely album length; there are deliberate shifts in tone.

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