Experiencing the Deposit of Faith
Yves Tumor - Experiencing the Deposit of Faith
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90
Tiny Mix Tapes

Whereas the wraith-like Serpent Music was a portraiture of disparate moods, Experiencing the Deposit of Faith clarifies amid the blurring of sound and noise the place from which they resound: the liminal subject of baptism, the one who cries in the wilderness, between life and death.

78
Pitchfork

This self-released compilation from Yves Tumor is more atmospheric than last year’s excellent Serpent Music. Its 12 sketches account for some of the prettiest songs Tumor has made.

76
Resident Advisor

Like When Man Fails You, Yves Tumor's first self-released album, Experiencing is both DIY and auspicious, drawing beauty from unexpected places. Even when it's mediated through someone or something else, his voice is too loud to ignore.

Nov 23, 2017
Gupla
78
La última compilación Yves Tumor se siente como un viaje melancólico hacia los distintos recuerdos del productor. Una ola del pasado destellada en un collage borroso y repetitivo, como un loop perdido en medio de la nada. La producción parece desprolija pero el propósito viene ser ese--si convenimos de que muchas de las muestras fueron elaboradas en distintos puntos de la carrera de Yves.

El recorrido transcurre en una espacio acrónico difundido por el ... read more
Sep 25, 2017
Soul_Feeder
81
Underground producer Yves Tumor made a splash in the Experimental Ambient scene last year with his stomach-churning horror LP Serpent Music for PAN records—an impressive feat not only considering his Knoxville, Tennessee-origins, but also because of the sheer genre-transcending audacity of that record. It left listeners and critics in captive awe, thinking: “where the hell did this guy come from, and how was he able to so immediately master so many kinds of electronic ... read more


Added on: September 13, 2017