18th Dye - Crayon album download
|RAIN 007||18th Dye||Crayon (12", MiniAlbum)||Cloudland||RAIN 007||Denmark||1993|
|RAIN 007 CD||18th Dye||Crayon (CD, EP)||Cloudland||RAIN 007 CD||Denmark||1993|
|OLE 118-2||18th Dye||---Crayon (CD, EP)||Matador||OLE 118-2||US||1994|
|OLE 118-1||18th Dye||Crayon (10")||Matador||OLE 118-1||US||1994|
Band Name 18th Dye. Album Name Crayon. Type EP. Data de lançamento 1993. Labels Matador Cloudland. Estilo de MúsicaNoise Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. Other productions from 18th Dye. Amorine Queen.
A quick blast of a six-song maxi-single, Crayon captures 18th Dye in fine form; while the trio will never be a groundbreaking act, their fine fusion of various indie-rock strains continues apace. Buttrich's guitar is still the not-so-secret weapon of the band. His playing can wax both fierce, as on "Aug. " or tender, as on the main line of "16 Ink," either way doing the business with just enough art to make it something more than mere grunge, fuzz, or shoegazing; his often gently wistful singing also blends in quite nicely.
18th Dye. Profile: Berlin based noise rock band formed in 1992 by Sebastian Büttrich (vocals/guitar), Heike Rädeker (vocals/bass) and Piet Bendtsen (drums).
A quick blast of a six-song maxi-single, Crayon captures 18th Dye in fine form; while the trio will never be a groundbreaking act, their fine fusion of various indie-rock strains continues apace.
By 18th Dye. 1994, 6 songs. Listen to Crayon in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
A third album "Amorine Queen" was released in 2008 but they split up again in 2009. The self-produced six song EP Crayon followed in 1994. In 1995, 18th Dye moved to Danish label Cloudland Records and recorded their second album, Tribute to a Bus, recorded by Steve Albini at Black Box Recording Studio in Noyant-La-Gravoyère, France.
18th Dye's lyrics are cryptic, without any narrative or any emotional cues, and are sung in a way that conveys a detachment and world-weary emotional depth at the same time. They are word pictures abstractly forming pictures of various states of being. While I like many individual tracks on "Tribute to a Bus" better than any single song on this album (and Steve Albini's production sounds great), taken as a whole, this is also a very satisfying album. Some of the tracks on that album are absolute genius