Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 release from producer Barry Lynn's musical alias. The Host works in a spacey interzone, using vintage gear to create dramatic panoramas for the headphoned mind. His unique suite of modern impressionistic sonics tumble and waft in and out of the mix, grounded with strong melodies that take inspiration from net-age genres while never recalling them directly. Throughout this self-titled debut album, vintage synthesizers, drum machines and reverbs are exploited to their fullest potential, while guitar and bass explore a sound that sets apart The Host from producers working on computers, creating something much more like an actual band but rich with lively micro-detail.
Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 release from producer Barry Lynn's musical alias. The Host works in a spacey interzone, using vintage gear to create dramatic panoramas for the headphoned mind. His unique suite of modern impressionistic sonics tumble and waft in and out of the mix, grounded with strong melodies that take inspiration from net-age genres while never recalling them directly. Throughout this self-titled debut album, vintage synthesizers, drum machines and reverbs are exploited to their fullest potential, while guitar and bass explore a sound that sets apart The Host from producers working on computers, creating something much more like an actual band but rich with lively micro-detail.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: PLMU
Catalog: 316
Rel. Date: 04/03/2012
UPC: 5055300329547

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Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 release from producer Barry Lynn's musical alias. The Host works in a spacey interzone, using vintage gear to create dramatic panoramas for the headphoned mind. His unique suite of modern impressionistic sonics tumble and waft in and out of the mix, grounded with strong melodies that take inspiration from net-age genres while never recalling them directly. Throughout this self-titled debut album, vintage synthesizers, drum machines and reverbs are exploited to their fullest potential, while guitar and bass explore a sound that sets apart The Host from producers working on computers, creating something much more like an actual band but rich with lively micro-detail.