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Freeway - The Detroit Escalator Co.* - Black Buildings (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dec 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Black Buildings on Discogs. Label: Peacefrog Records - PFGLP • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Abstract, Future Jazz, Ambient/5(92).
  2. out of 5 stars Detroit Escalator Company, The - Black Buildings Reviewed in the United States on February 22, On The Detroit Escalator Co.'s second full album, Black Buildings, Neil Ollivierra manages once again to coax emotion from machines.5/5(6).
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  4. On The Detroit Escalator Co.'s second full album, Black Buildings, Neil Ollivierra manages once again to coax emotion from machines. The bass seems a bit more pronounced, as if he were constructing solid foundations for these buildings -- but keep in mind that bass does not always translate into kick drums.5/5(6).
  5. Sep 22,  · On The Detroit Escalator Co.’s second full album, Black Buildings, Neil Ollivierra manages once again to coax emotion from machines. The bass seems a bit more pronounced, as if he were constructing solid foundations for these buildings -- but keep in mind that bass does not always translate into kick drums/5().
  6. Nov 05,  · Buy Black Buildings by The Detroit Escalator Co. on Bleep. Download MP3, WAV, FLAC.
  7. Black Buildings, an Album by The Detroit Escalator Co.. Released 28 April on Peacefrog (catalog no. PFG; CD). Genres: Ambient Techno, IDM.
  8. The Detroit Escalator Co. ReleaseProduct Black Buildings Label Peacefrog Records Catalogue Number PFGDA Release Date November 5,
  9. The Detroit Escalator Co.’s debut, Soundtrack (), on the sorely missed Ferox label, is deeply emotional with a gorgeously electronic sensibility. From the opening strains of “Gratiot” and the reverb chords of “Abstract Forward Motion (As a Mission),” there’s a deepness that transcends genre.

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