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bvdub - The Art Of Dying Alone


Tracklist


1To Finally Forget It All21:20
2The Art Of Dying Alone19:13
3No More Reasons Not To Fall11:19
4Nothing From No One8:48
5No One Will Ever Find You Here9:18
6Descent To The End8:08

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GM008bvdub The Art Of Dying Alone ‎(6xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Glacial Movements RecordsGM008Italy2010
GM008bvdub The Art Of Dying Alone ‎(6xFile, WAV, Album)Glacial Movements RecordsGM008Italy2018
GM008bvdub The Art Of Dying Alone ‎(6xFile, FLAC, Album)Glacial Movements RecordsGM008Italy2010

Credits


  • Art Direction, Artwork [Photo Manipulation], LayoutKeep Adding
  • Mastered ByVincent Kwok
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Bjarne Riesto
  • Written-By, ProducerBrock Van Wey, bvdub

Notes


"We all die alone, but some make it their last work of art."

Written and produced in Shaoxing, China.
Mastered in San Francisco, CA.

Packaging: Digipak

Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text): 8 033959 880036
  • Barcode (Reader): 8033959880036
  • Matrix / Runout: ERA1000749
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY87
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ADJ02

Video


Info


Get all 46 bvdub Brock Van Wey releases available on Bandcamp and save 30. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. So what I'm doing is this. Am I also trying to gouge No. Includes unlimited streaming of The Art of Dying Alone via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. Bvdub is Brock Van Wey. Living and working in San Francisco and recently relocated to China, he has been djing since 1993 but only recently began to produce his own. The Art of Dying Alone. Album 2010 6 Songs. Electronic 2010. Descent to the End. They never quite get to say anything intelligible. But that should come as no surprise really. In RA's interview with van Wey last year, he touched on the topic of imagined utopias. To have them say anything in particular would break the spell, and take away from what you think they might be singing. Instead, they act like the bvdub standbys-the lulling pianos, the cumulus synths, the gently plucked guitars. Those two words were dying and alone. That dream stayed with me for weeks, sending chills down my spine upon every recollection. Unable to interpret its meaning, I shelved it for another time. Additionally, I am looking forward to bvdub's upcoming release on Home Normal, titled Tribes at the Temple of Silence, scheduled to hit the streets in January 2011. The album features a track titled These Walls Will Always Remember for Dani, which I'm sure is dedicated in memory of Danielle Baquet-Long Celer, Chubby Wolf, who passed away in the summer of 2009 at the young age of 26. SONGS RANKED: 6. No More Reasons Not to Fall 5. No One Will Ever Find You Here 4. Descent to the End 3. The Art of Dying Alone 2. Nothing From No One 1. To Finally Forget It All. 1mo. Or consider a donation More Albums. Descent to the End, 08:08. Nothing from No One, 08:48. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Listen free to Bvdub The Art of Dying Alone Descent to the End, Nothing From No One and more. 6 tracks 77:53. From his days DJing and throwing underground break-ins for over a decade in the late 80's - early 90's rave scene in his native San Francisco, to a life of seclusion within the ancient walls of Shaoxing China, where he until recently called home, Brock Van Wey, aka bvdub, has lived and breathed electronic music for nearly 22 years. 01 Descent to the End 08:09 02 Nothing form No One 08:48 03 To Finally Forget it All 21:20 04 No More Reasons Not to Fall 11:20 05 No One Will Ever Find You Here 09:19 06 The Art of Dying Alone 19:13. Скачать Bvdub - The Art of Dying Alone. Также послушайте: Bvdub. A Step In The Dark. Yours are Stories of Sadness

bvdub - The Art Of Dying Alone
Performer: bvdub
Genre: Electro
Title: The Art Of Dying Alone
Country: Italy
Released: 05 Jul 2010
Style: Ambient
MP3 album: 1090 mb
FLAC album: 1175 mb
Source: CD, Album
№ Cat: GM008
Label: Glacial Movements Records

Windforge
Here's a true story. One morning I woke up between the two worlds - the one created by my mind, and the one perceived by it. With the remaining bits of dreams still lingering in my peripheral consciousness, I set off to the start of a new day. But the dreams kept coming back. In particular, an image of a needle playing on a dusty record, evoking two words spoken by that 60s radio jockey, repeated over and over in one continuous loop. The same two words appeared on the DJ's t-shirt - one on the front, the other on the back. Those two words were "dying" and "alone". That dream stayed with me for weeks, sending chills down my spine upon every recollection. Unable to interpret its meaning, I shelved it for another time. A month later, I have discovered bvdub's latest album. Have I seen this title somewhere else before? Perhaps. That doesn't change a thing... There's something about Brock Van Wey's music that makes me connect to nature, to consciousness, to being, through sound alone... Brock serves the highest sermon to all the listening gods in my church of music. The repetitive passages of sound create a blissful mantra, imploring you to erase all thought, forget about the past or future, and just stay in the present. The titles of the tracks, give me even more reason to believe that Brock's message is indeed reflective on the nature of our short stay in this world: "Descent to the End", "To Finally Forget It All", and "No One Will Ever Find You Here". The release includes the following message: "We all die alone, but some make it their last work of art." Released on an Italian ambient label, Glacial Movements Records, the album was written and produced by Brock in Shaoxing, China, where he currently resides. On his last album, White Clouds Drift On And On (echospace [detroit], 2009) released under his real name, Brock Van Wey paired with Stephen Hitchell to release a double disk full of deepest dub and emotionally absorbing music. On The Art Of Dying Alone, Brock returns with ethereal atmospheric pads, seamless loops over frequency saturated sonic soundscapes, with distant and delicate voices, gentle piano, and acoustic guitar. At the center of the album is a theme of contemplation on life, isolation, detachment, and inevitably, death. Be sure to pick up bvdub's We Were The Sun releases on his own, Quietus Recordings. I also recommend you grab the single track release, To Live, released by Smallfish in 2009. Additionally, I am looking forward to bvdub's upcoming release on Home Normal, titled Tribes at the Temple of Silence, scheduled to hit the streets in January 2011. The album features a track titled "These Walls Will Always Remember (for Dani)", which I'm sure is dedicated in memory of Danielle Baquet-Long (Celer / Chubby Wolf), who passed away in the summer of 2009 at the young age of 26. With all of this reflection on death, I must end this review, and set about my day, attempting to accomplish even the smallest tasks with full devotion, hoping that my presence would leave a tiny trace of my existence behind, when I'm ready to go...
Ricep
wonderful review
Cha
Breathtaking, awesome, melancholic...beauty!
Auau
Worth buying just for "To Finally Forget It All" Epic work !!!