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Liars - TFCF album download
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Liars - TFCF album download

Performer:
Liars
Album:
TFCF
Style:
Indie Rock,Experimental Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Post-Rock
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MP3 archive size:
1256 mb
FLAC archive size:
1529 mb
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MPC TTA DXD VOC AU AHX
Rating:
4.7
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653

TFCF (short for Theme From Crying Fountain) is the eighth studio album by Liars, released on August 25, 2017, through Mute Records. Angus Andrew is the only original member of Liars to feature on the album, following the departures of Julian Gross and Aaron Hemphill in 2014 and 2017 respectively

Now working solo, Liars’ Angus Andrew looks back on the dissolution of his group with a strange, often contradictory album conceived in self-imposed isolation. It would also prove to be the last Liars album written as a group. Following the death of their creative relationship, the founding duo of Liars was reduced to a solo act. Andrew, the towering, de facto frontman, soldiered on with the project, relocating from . to his native Australia and treating his newfound artistic autonomy like a golden opportunity for revitalization.

Liars are true sound pioneers. On their 8th album, this Australia via Los Angeles band reaffirms themselves as one of the few electronic groups to produce continuously intelligent, soulful songs with an avant-futuristic insight. They incorporate pop melodies & experimental vibrations, rhythmic beats & atmospheric it all into a farrago of unusually warm (for electronic music) foggy eccentricity. The album features incredible production and sound staging; it’s one of the best sounding albums I’ve heard in a while. TFCF is an album of fantastic psychedelic stoner music built on transportive soundscapes and wiggly-warm alien beats.

Mute) UK release date: 25 August 2017. by Sam Shepherd first published: 25 Aug 2017 in Albums. On the cover of TFCF – or to give the album its full title, Theme From Crying Fountain – Andrew is sat in a wedding dress, looking pissed off and baffled, having been dumped at the altar, or presumably before even getting to the altar. If the message weren’t clear enough, TFCF is essentially a break-up album. After 15 years, Liars has finally whittled itself down to being a solo project; with Julian Gross and Aaron Hemphill gone, it’s up to Andrew to go it alone.

Released August 25, 2017. 1. The Grand Delusional Lyrics. During a recent AMA on Reddit, Andrew explained TFCF’s artwork and impetus: I felt like I was married to Aaron creatively, and now that he is gone I am alone in my wedding dress. Producers Angus Andrew. Writers Angus Andrew. Titles with the Word Fountain. Show all albums by Liars.

Solitude allowed Andrew room to ruminate and experiment, and the sonic leaps he makes on TFCF might have taken several albums to accomplish with a fuller band. These sparse, atmospheric songs re-orient themselves constantly: "The Grand Delusional" begins as an eerie campfire song complete with the sounds of the bush, then a woozy drum pattern takes it in a completely different direction.

Genre: Experimental Rock. TFCF might well be an Angus Andrew solo album under the Liars banner, but what he’s achieved here fits within the his band’s remit for consistently morphing and confounding expectation. More importantly, it’s heartening to see an album as intriguing as this emerge from such a traumatic time.

By: Liars (2017, Rock). They Threw Us All In A Trench And Stuck A Monument On Top by Liars. Sisterworld by Liars. View all albums . TFCF. By: Liars (2017, Rock). The Grand Delusional.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Grand Delusional Liars 3:35
2 Cliché Suite Liars 3:36
3 Staring at Zero Liars 2:34
4 No Help Pamphlet Liars 3:26
5 Face to Face With My Face Liars 4:25
6 Emblems of Another Story Liars 4:48
7 No Tree No Branch Liars 3:31
8 Cred Woes Liars 3:46
9 Coins in My Caged Fist Liars 3:28
10 Ripe Ripe Rot Liars 2:35
11 Crying Fountain Liars 2:05
  • Trying to find merit in the electronic ego of Angus Andrews could be likened to finding an oasis on the continent of Antartica. It is a futile search. That is to say, this music is so bad it has been coded into my DNA so my great grandchildren won't have to even think about rediscovering it.Andrews blames Australia for providing him the respite to create these aural doodles. Apparently, the sounds in his head were not fit to remain in Brooklyn or Los Angeles, so the story goes that Andrews found isolation on his home continent to capture the correct mood. I say, blame yourself and your PR team for coming up with that inane malarkey. This is tuneless digital glop.

  • Liars are true sound pioneers. On their 8th album, this Australia via Los Angeles band reaffirms themselves as one of the few electronic groups to produce continuously intelligent, soulful songs with an avant-futuristic insight. They incorporate pop melodies & experimental vibrations, rhythmic beats & atmospheric soundscapes—blending it all into a farrago of unusually warm (for electronic music) foggy eccentricity. The album features incredible production and sound staging; it’s one of the best sounding albums I’ve heard in a while. Songs are wild and creative, filled with fresh, additive sounds and eerie, beautiful half-melodies. “TFCF” is an album of fantastic psychedelic stoner music built on transportive soundscapes and wiggly-warm alien beats. Recommended.