9 thoughts on “ Loneliness And Revelry - Deadbeat - Journeymans Annual (CD, Album) ”

  1. Faegal says:
    Easily his most diverse album to date, Journeyman's Annual is a far reaching account of new creative connections and rhythmic inspirations drawn from the four corners of the globe, and a spectacular sign of things to come from one of electronic music's premier low-end prophets/5(2).
  2. Tojagar says:
    Sep 23,  · More tribal, more rhythm-driven than previous albums, with some amazing dancehall and dubstep rollers, and brilliant production. "Lost Luggage" is definitely one of the best Deadbeat's tunes ever, gives me shivers I was very happy to discover that "Journeyman's Annual" sounds completely different than "Random Brown", Deadbeat's last EP.4/5().
  3. Yozshuzshura says:
    Sep 23,  · referencing Journeyman's Annual, CD, Album, sc46cd, ~scape46cd More slow dub from Deadbeat. On JOURNEYMAN'S ANNUAL, he starts off more abstract, more spacy -- "Lost Luggage" seems to exist in between stations on a Moroccan radio before the rhythm finally chugs in.4/5().
  4. Nanos says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Journeyman's Annual - Deadbeat on AllMusic - Loneliness and Revelry. Scott Monteith. Deadbeat. Amazon.
  5. Gardacage says:
    Journeyman's Annual, an Album by Deadbeat. Released 15 June on ~scape (catalog no. ~scape46cd; CD). Genres: Ambient Dub. 10 Loneliness and Revelry Bonus Track. 11 Saul CD ~scape / ~scape46cd Journeyman's Annual 33 rpm, Abridged. Vinyl LP /5(3).
  6. Brazragore says:
    In Journeyman's Annual, Scott Monteith, under his deadbeat alias, moves away from the more brooding minimal semi-ambient dub based grooves of his previous releases with a more diversity and eclecticism than in the past/5(2).
  7. Kazigrel says:
    Though fans of Monteiths previous scape full lengths might find it difficult to envision his music as the soundtrack to a rollicking dance floor, "Journeyman' Annual" is the first to showcase an updated version of the DEADBEAT sound that has quietly been overtaking his more meditative work over the last year and a half.
  8. Kajora says:
    () Scott Monteith’s fourth Deadbeat album sees his sonic enquiry move away from the ambit of his Montreal-minimal re-takes of the Berlinesque dubbings of Rhythm & Sound and early Pole. The “Journeyman” reference may be seen as containing within it, in addition to its customary craftsman denotation, a connotation of trans-national wandering (pointed by certain [ ].
  9. Akinora says:
    Jun 12,  · ‘Journeyman’s Annual’ chronicles this voyage and maps the destination, and it’s nothing short of seminal. Clearly Monteith has taken heed in his travels of what makes the floor shake as much as what makes it think, giving plenty of room for both, while sequencing and dubbing his tracks into what is almost a Chris Mann.

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