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Reet Maff'l - That'll Be MP3
Performer: Reet Maff'l
Title: That'll Be
Label: Bloxham Tapes
Country: UK
Released: 01 Mar 2016
Style: Abstract, Spoken Word, Public Service Announcement, Musique Concrète, Synth-pop
Cat: BT02
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2884 mb | MP3 size: 1526 mb | WMA size: 2283 mb
Tracklist

1Frightened01:08
2Mother / The Noise02:32
3If You Love Him / Train01:42
4Is It Clearer?03:38
5Maffle: A Definition02:21
6Derby Ram (Reprise)02:42
7Accent01:57
8Shuntler / Ian02:18
9Derby Ram (Part One)01:11
10Gill Sans00:32

Notes

Bloxham Tapes BT02

All compositions by REET MAFF'L, 2015

Andy Abbott: Sounds
Luke Drozd: Voice

Tape duplication and mastering at Magnetic Domains
Sleeve design by Luke Drozd
Outer sleeve screen printed by Mick Welbourn
Inner sleeve riso printed by John Powell-Jones
credits
released March 1, 2016

Album

That'll Be by Reet Maff'l, released 25 December 2015 1. Derby Ram Part One 2. Maffle Definition 3. Is It Clearer 4. Mother, The Noise 5. If You Love Him, Train 6. Shuntler, Ian 7. Gill Sans 8. Accent 9. Frightened 10. Derby Ram Part Two Debut EP of spoken word and audio collage project mainly focussed on folk traditions, real and not, of Derbyshire. Reet Maff'l is a spoken word and sound collage collaboration between artist Luke Drozd and artistmusician Andy Abbott. Reet Maff'l. That'll Be. Bloxham Tapes BT02 - cassette available at All compositions by REET MAFF'L, 2015. Andy Abbott: Sounds Luke Drozd: Voice. Tape duplication and mastering at Magnetic Domains Sleeve design by Luke Drozd Outer sleeve screen printed by Mick Welbourn Inner sleeve riso printed by John Powell-Jones. Reet Maff'l will be releasing a 55 min mind expanding live version of our Mind album. The Mind - Expanding Nebulosity & Nebulousness' will come in the format you desire, providing the format is download. Check out tomorrow. Probably after breakfast. 24 January . We had a good time performing our Cavalera Literaria piece at this event in Bradford as slo-mo evidenced in this round up vid. We'll be alternating between two sets each day of the tour: an ambient improv set and the piece we composed in response to a residency at Convivio. during Dias de los Muertos. Hope you can make it down. That'll Be The Day is the second and final studio album from Buddy Holly. Decca, Hollys first major record label, after failing to produce a hit single from Hollys early recordings, packaged these 1956 tunes after he had some success with recordings from the Brunswick and Coral labels, i. the previously released single That'll Be the Day. This is the last album released before his death in a plane crash on February 3, 1959, and is rare among collectors. Listen to music from Reet Maff'l like Is It Clearer, Shuntler, Ian & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Reet Maff'l. Latest release. 1 March 2016. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist. Последние твиты от Reet Maff'l Reetmaffl. Maffle, Maff'l. verb maffle ˈmafəl Middle English mafflen, probably of imitative origin. London and 'll Be the Day. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. That'll Be the Day. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2014 pop. For UnCommons 3 event at Cliffe Castle, Keighley May 2017 Reet Maff'l offered an alternative tour of the eccentric museum's first floor. The tour was

Comments (1)
Tolrajas
It is a tale to be told, one which is played out over the course of this deliciously composed record with random abandon. You’re given a few cues to follow along to, themes if you will but these are slippery. In fact, despite the brevity, Reet Maff’l take delight in sliding in and out of focus as a matter of routine. I’m rambling here. So are they. “Is it Clearer” taunts with it’s title and splits itself between numerical outcomes as if to say “no, you won’t understand but you’re welcome to keep trying”. Adjust your vision accordingly, is this better or what about now… now, now, now, now, now. NOW.

Interactive menus are by nature prone to abuse; this pair are quite plainly tormenting the ones which they’ve created. Insane as it may be to consider there is, as stated above, a story being relayed here. Trying to follow along is where things get tricky as the sequencing of events becomes more and more distracted, going off on tangents and down roads which feel less and less defined as ‘That’ll Be’ plays out.

Picture, if you can, a bridge which disintegrates and reappears without any sort of logic, now come closer and look down. Voices and sounds come up from the formless void beneath in bursts of colorful shards which lick and lap at this immaterial structure before you… the mind tries to make sense of it until the ground around starts to liquify and there’s no choice but to try and cross to the other side. Even if success is attained only more incomprehensible activities await; the narrator rants and raves at you from an unseen vantage point up above or is it below.

Ah yes, he’s right next to you. This whole exercise has been one comprised of inexplicable paradoxes somehow collaborating, that tearing sensation is not your sanity but the fabric of reality coming apart. If none of this makes sense then all is at it should be; this kind of aggressive psychedelia pits giant rams against massive stoats while a deranged choir full of menace bellows in the background. Don’t say you weren’t warned.