Chrome Canyon - Elemental Themes

Chrome Canyon - Elemental Themes
CRITIC SCORE
65
Based on 5 reviews
2012 Rank: #539 / 711
USER SCORE
70
Based on
1 rating

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CRITIC REVIEWS

75
Beats Per Minute
Beats Per Minute

It shimmers and ripples with laser-point synths and trebly squelches that play tag with the echoing, elastic beats, always turning in on themselves, waiting for just the right time to burst forth and consume everything around them.

70
Under The Radar
Under The Radar

Elemental Themes borrows sounds and ideas from the sci-fi soundtracks of yesteryear but gives them an organic heart. 

63
Pitchfork
Pitchfork

Elemental Themes is a record that really only works on one basic pleasure principle, which is to cram as much B-movie imagery into your head as possible.

50
PopMatters
PopMatters

Overall, this release is a bit hard to take seriously because of its intention: is this actually dead earnest or some kind of past-tinged joke? 

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DETAILS

RELEASED: October 9, 2012
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Stones Throw
GENRE: Electronic
TAGS
Track List
  1. Beginnings 
  2. Pluze 
  3. Legends 
  4. Branches 
  5. Elemental Themes 
  6. Cave of Light 
  7. Generations 
  8. Chasing the Dead 
  9. Sacred Mountain 
  10. Memories of a Scientist 
  11. Signs from an Old World 
  12. Carfire on the Highway
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Added on: October 10, 2012