Bitchin Bajas - Bitchitronics
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Based on 7 reviews
2013 Ratings: #365 / 1035
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Based on 2 ratings
July 16, 2013 / Release Date
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Drag City / Label
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Bitchitronics, their fourth proper album, is a serene cloud of hovering tones and near-zero motion, an album of sounds that feel so good that they feel like events in themselves. 

Consequence of Sound

Bitchitronics is content in its aimlessness. Its focus is its own world and colors, however lightly, the world outside. Its strokes are broad, light, and abstract. It demands your attention and then allows you to tune it back out. There’s no plotted course, but the beauty lies in the meander.

Tiny Mix Tapes

A record as blissfully insubstantial as it is detailed and observable on a microscopic level; the degrading tones, the warping of timbre, the elevation of pure sound to a spiritual level.

The four drone/ambient pieces presented here are not enough to make me want to listen to this band, neither are the sounds here interesting or detailed. In fact, Bitchin Bajas put up a poor effort in ambient music, failing, like many before them, in bringing the listener close to their work. Close enough to actually feel something from these long, stretched out textures that don't grab the listener's attention in no moment, except for the few interesting ideas that are, sometimes put on the ... read more
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Track List

  1. Transcendence
  2. Inclusion
  3. Sun City
  4. Turiya
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Added on: July 17, 2013