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Blackfilm - Blackfilm album mp3
Title:
Blackfilm
Performer:
Blackfilm
Style:
Downtempo, Modern Classical, Trip Hop, Drum n Bass
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Country:
FLAC album size:
1884 mb
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XM VQF VOX WMA AC3 DMF MPC
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

Blackfilm ‎– Blackfilm. Label: Spectraliquid ‎– SLQ 002. Format: CD, Album. The self-titled debut album from Blackfilm is the label's only second release (first being an obligatory compilation, titled Konkrete, with a taste of things to come). And I believe it's off to a nice start. Blackfilm's sound is a bricolage of downtempo, breaks, instrumental hip-hop, and an excellent selection of sampled modern classical strings. The Amon Tobin reference was not accidental - Blackfilm indeed reminds me a lot of his earlier works. I would even be bold enough to declare that my sensitive ear picked up a few familiar samples (Stalingrad is an excellent example).

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Blackfilm - Untitled. Top Songs By Blackfilm. 163. 3. Midnight To 4 Am. 88. 6. Inter Ference. 78. 7. Come & See.

Artists Blackfilm Blackfilm. This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 62/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 140BPM, ends at 140BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Blackfilm.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Come & See 7:04
2 Interference 7:13
3 Untitled 2:17
4 Stalingrad 10:11
5 Sonar 5:58
6 Five Years
Written-By – Deep Into Perspectives
4:16
7 Eastern 2:35
8 Midnight To 4 AM 4:35
9 Mahabharata 5:25
10 Atlantikend 8:02

Credits

  • Artwork – Subheim
  • Mastered By – Kattoo
  • Producer, Written-By – Blackfilm

Notes

Packaged in Digipak.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DEN68 Blackfilm Blackfilm ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd) Denovali Records DEN68 Germany 2010
DEN68 Blackfilm Blackfilm ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Ult) Denovali Records DEN68 Germany 2010
DEN68 Blackfilm Blackfilm ‎(CD, Album, RE) Denovali Records DEN68 Germany 2010
DEN68 Blackfilm Blackfilm ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Whi) Denovali Records DEN68 Germany 2010


Reviews:
  • GAMER
Dark and brooding, Blackfilm envelopes you like a thick fog creeping off a cooling swampland. I recall a quote by Jim Morrison (which got embedded in my brain after Emmanuel Top's 1994 single Turkish Bazaar) - "The music was new, black, polished chrome and came over the summer like liquid night". Blackfilm is the anonymous Hungarian artist on Spectraliquid Records, a Greek independent label organized by Mobthrow, Subheim, Katja and Xsoz. The self-titled debut album from Blackfilm is the label's only second release (first being an obligatory compilation, titled Konkrete, with a taste of things to come). And I believe it's off to a nice start. Blackfilm's sound is a bricolage of downtempo, breaks, instrumental hip-hop, and an excellent selection of sampled modern classical strings. The Amon Tobin reference was not accidental - Blackfilm indeed reminds me a lot of his earlier works. I would even be bold enough to declare that my sensitive ear picked up a few familiar samples (Stalingrad is an excellent example). That can only serve as a compliment from every direction for Blackfilm. I'm a big Amon Tobin fan and have been craving and begging for someone to defibrillate his pioneered sound. Of course Blackfilm introduces his own cinematic and orchestral elements that "move from fearsome, lonely frames to chaotic feelings of urban self-destruction." Spectraliquid goes a step further and brings in Volker Kahl (Kattoo) to master the album. And once you cross that line, there is no going back. The production is crispy, tight and menacing. Excellent soundtrack to contemplate your existence on. Highly recommended!