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View Your Wish List Close. Close View Full Product. Item added to your cart. Download USD 9. Take the majestic beauty of In Two, The Weakly as a prime example of the artist at his most serenely beautiful — a track that takes some computer-style whizzes and sets them against an ambient backdrop, before changing tempo completely for a genuinely thrilling finale.
Of the 12 tracks assembled as part of this collection, all impress on a massive scale. Boy, can he. In spades. The obvious reference point is DJ Shadow with whom he shares a fondness for strong beats and atmosphere but anyone who fell for the likes of Death In Vegas or Air will enjoy this hugely over the summer. Having spent his early musical career in bands, Corrales understands the benefits of a warm, organic sound despite working in the realms of electronica so there are snippets of folk guitar, the occasional soul chop and enough fuzz and drones to keep the indie kids happy.
This is Texan psych style. Above all, They Know Not since The Go Team! Forget your troubles, c'mon get Yppah. Yppah is the one-man project of Houston's Jose Corrales, Jr. How Is It? Yppah's mixture of trip-hop, post-rock and just a touch of dream pop is hard to classify and is probably best described as ambient electronic. They Know What Ghost Know isn't quite as interesting, but is probably a little more listener friendly, than the overlooked, and often spectacular You Are Beautiful at All Times.
Vocal-free music doesn't get much catchier than the album's highlight "Gumball Machine Weekend. There are the looped samples and compressed sound of trip-hop, buzzing prog-rock keys, and an epic-sounding space rock backdrop. Perhaps it's what Portishead's third album would have sounded like had they waited only five or six years to record it instead of eleven.
The psychedelic organ on the title track and the swirling electronic sounds of "City Glow" further complicate the task of ascribing a label to the album. No matter what you call it, They Know What Ghost Know is most remarkable for defying easy categorization while remaining so readily enjoyable and not confounding the listener. The unfair thing with this review, and perhaps most reviews, is name-checking. And a very high bar it is. Some of those acts have succeeded in their own pocket of time and place, an encapsulation of a collective feeling in time.Having amassed a legion of loyal fans with his signature blend of electronic, psychedelic and rock influences, the artist known as Yppah (pronounced “yip-ah”) is back with perhaps his most intimate work to date. Tiny Pause, due for release on Counter Records October 16, finds Yppah adopting an enormous technical shift in his writing process, moving away from largely software-based.