bvdub

Bvdub is the project by Brock Van Wey. Very well known from diverse dancefloortracks. But he also knows how to produce the right moods with his ambient productions.
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bvdub + Loscil - Erebus

Artist: bvdub + Loscil
P: 2013
One more floating long ambient release on Glacial Movements. This fits into the Glacial program sooo good.

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bvdub - All is Forgiven

Artist: bvdub
P: 2012
Van Wey is probably one of, if not the most, prolific artists operating in what we would classify as contemporary deep electronic music. Such output can often dilute the quality of an artists' work but Van Wey has always has an adeptness in the quality and timing of his output. Such a high level of quality at such a steady rate makes us think of him as truly being 'at one' with the music he creates. An intangible "heart to hands" style of creation that makes Van Wey a perfect fit within n5MD's roster of emotive artisans. While All Is Forgiven boasts only 3 'tracks' it has a run time of over 75 minutes and features bvdub's signature gauzy layers of enveloping sound and ever ghostly yet soulful vocals where songs are a journey, sometimes via a rewarding path less explored. On previous outings Van Wey has experimented with the arching bvdub aesthetic and the same is true with All Is Forgiven. This time out he's added some nicely executed experimental beat-work to propel his ever-blurring emotive ambience forward. All Is Forgiven is in a word; Intoxicating.

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bvdub - I Remember

Artist: bvdub
P: 2011
The songs on bvdub's  I Remember, tend to follow a standard ambient formula, layers of white noise, echo, and submerged melodies-- gradually reaching a climax sustained and minutely varied for minutes on end. Out of these slowly shifting clouds, any number of distinct elements (massed choral voices, the metallic pluck of an individual guitar string, echoing finger snaps) might emerge before being swirled back into the fog. Which is not to say the songs are mere static-- a single track (all but one of which on the 78-minute album clocks in at 13 minutes or more) might subtly evolve through multiple movements before you realize they've passed. There are also slight but noticeable deviations from the ambient template: "Would It Be the Same" begins as a piano played in a bottomless well of reverb but gives way to the album's lone beat-driven passage, full of prickly, brittle-sounding hi-hat skitter.

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