Qrux | Phalanx

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Phalanx

by Qrux

A collection of angular, beat driven tunes, dark and cool, with a sly nod at surrealist humor.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Millipede
5:38 album only
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2. Gone Slowdown
3:15 album only
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3. Sanskrit
6:54 album only
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4. Selfish and Tyrannical
6:15 album only
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5. The Approach
4:27 album only
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6. Movin' the Grave
7:18 album only
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7. Magnitude 6
5:43 album only
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8. I See Your Face in the Sun
7:21 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Qrux Phalanx is 45 min. of fresh tunes, written, produced and designed, by Andrew Reitsma. It covers a wide range of styles, from trancey electro-tinged beat music to dark ambient dirges and includes some twisted floor-shakin' bits that might put a smile on your face as well as a bob to your head.

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Tyler Duuring

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A must for all Electronica fans!!! Qrux's new album Phalanx keeps his cult fans "in tune" with this fresh, unique spin that blends inclination and disposition to set an infectuous mood. His ambitous beats and precise timing of rhythm will keep those endorphins racing long after you switch off the music. A taste to suit everyone's pallet is also included. For a long day's journey into night throw on "Magnitude 6" or if you're feeling dictatorial "Selfish and Tyrannical" might break through the confines of the altruistic. For any horror fan there's a nod to The Night of the Living Dead with "Movin' The Grave". But hands down the best track on the album is "Sanskirt" with it's rapturous hook transporting you into a 24 hour ecstasy filled nightclub where your feet never touch the ground. Definitely at a crux here!
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