Vile Electrodes – Future Through A Lens


Released: 2014 By Groove Unlimited

2 in stock

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  1. The Future Through A Lens [3:53]
  2. Nothing [4:12]
  3. Feed Your Addiction [3:28]
  4. Empire Of Wolves [3:54]
  5. Proximity [4:45]
  6. After The Flood [5:11]
  7. Damaged Software [4:36]
  8. The Leopard [3:54]
  9. Tore Myself To Pieces [3:48]
  10. A Distance [3:32]
  11. Nothing [4:49]
  12. Deep Red [7:15]

Electronic music with vocals, Synthpop anyway the music is fantastic Very Hypnitoc and their live performances are great!! For me the live act found of 2013 during Electronic Circus!

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Weight 105 g




1 review for Vile Electrodes – Future Through A Lens

  1. coldwarnightlife

    Vile Electrodes are one of the hottest acts on the European electronic music scene. Fronted by Anais Neon (see what she did there?) and propelled by voltage-controlled music-man Martin Swan, the Vile ones have attracted attention with their brand of dirty electronics: they have already warmed up for OMD and John Foxx & The Maths to widespread acclaim. The duo is now ready to peel back the latex a little and show you their new album, The Future Through a Lens.

    The Future is the first proper Vile Electrodes album. It gathers many of the sounds that have done well on their live outings, including the front-of-stage favourite, Damaged Software. The surprise is how well Anais vocals match up to the synthesized tones squeezed from Swans patch cables the slower songs, especially, are impressed with delicate pathos in both the voice and instrumental tracks. The closing track, Deep Red, belongs to that place of alienation and yearning that is also occupied by Yazoos Winter Kills or OMDs Distance Fades Between Us.

    Brighton-VE3The pace isnt as restrained in songs like Empire of Wolves or Tore Myself to Pieces, which beg to be unleashed on the dancefloor. The Vile ones have a great sense of song structure, which will make them a firm favourite with DJs. The best way to enjoy them is live, but owning your own copy of The Future is a brilliant way to keep the hips moving between shows.

    2013. coldwarnightlife

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