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A Few Things To Hear Before We All Blow Up

by Williamson

Beautiful future-pop music. Electro-acoustic, melodic and precise.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. 2%er
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2. Rubber
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3. Raining At the Crescent House
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4. Time You'll Never Get Back
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5. An Hour In
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6. We're All Boned
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7. Glitch Cowboy Local 16044
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8. Whats On the Ceiling Beats Whats On Tv
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9. And Then Its All Gone
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10. A-
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11. Whiffle
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12. A Pleasant Goodbye From Whore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A few things to hear before we all blow up is the first release from a group of very talented, loving and co-dependent musician-hermits who live out their days in Berkeley, California working their drug-addled fingers to the bone just to bring you the best electronic-indie-space-pop you can get. Like silk from a spider's butt, Williamson spins out glistening strands of melody and emotion that slowly evolves into something beautiful and mesmerizing. They don't want to be your rock star, they just want to make you happy - give em a listen.

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Cory

I loved this cd, strongly recommend
This cd is perfect for sitting at home chillin out, walking around town, or to play at anytime of the day. This music can be listened to in great depth or can be put on in the background. It sounds fresh and different then a lot of ambient/down tempo stuff I have listened to, I really love the guitar played throughout the entire cd. If you liked the sample songs from this website definitly buy the cd, it will be sure to satisfy your music needs!
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Andrew

Amazing, must-have if you love changing rhythms
The CD is amazing. Just enough rhythm changes to keep your mind occupied, but slow enough so it's not cluttered. Clean sound with original beats, if you're for the fast drum n' bass down to the slow ambience, this fits somewhere inbetween like a genre of music that hasn't yet been discovered.
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Andrew

Amazing, must-have if you love changing rhythms
The CD is amazing. Just enough rhythm changes to keep your mind occupied, but slow enough so it's not cluttered. Clean sound with original beats, if you're for the fast drum n' bass down to the slow ambience, this fits somewhere inbetween like a genre of music that hasn't yet been discovered.
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Lenore

Twiddle your ears
This is the kind of electronic music I can really get along with. Sure, there are plenty of well placed blips and sparkly prickles to titillate your eardrums, but this album is more than sterile electronica for electronica's sake. There's the guitar - warmth, blending shimmeringly into fore and background, maintaining the human element in a gleaming electro wonderland. The rhythm section - it doesn't take center stage, but after a few listens you realize its meticulous complexity and almost wish it were more protruding to be admired on its own. Blended like a creamy chocolate milkshake. Is this the future? Cool, I like it.
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Andrew

I love this CD.
I love this CD. it is my new favorite. I have people who don't even like techno asking where I got this CD from. good job!
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Josh Washburne

I hope we don't blow up yet. . .
A fruity blend of acoustic sounds and digital bliss, this album is great to listen to while studying, doing homework, driving on the highway, etc. Definately add this to your collection.
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Electronic Music World


San Francisco-based Wade Williamson is the force behind Williamson, a project that blends electronic music with indie-rock, which he does as part of a local collective of musicians that all like to make this fresh style of music.

And yes, it is a fresh style of music. It is very loungy, very laidback music. Music for a sunday morning, or an early monday morning at work. Or for chilling after a night out, chatting with some friends before heading to bed.

So now that we know what style this is, what about the music itself? The music is a well-produced mix of electronica and guitar loops. With rhythms that change a lot, and guitar loops that are repeated for a nice entrancing effect. Somehow, this seems to be the electronic answer to post-rock. Repeating melodies, subtle changes, guitars combined with electronics. Music that one can totally lose himself or herself in. Beautiful, dreamy.

I'm not sure if this is required listening before we all blow up, but it will definately relax the mind a bit. I'm guessing that it will hit my cd-player on a few occasions where I'd like to just chill.
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clay

shivers
Rubber gave me shivers, what more could you ask from music?
i like that he adds another layer right before you feel like you know what the song is about, which makes you stick around and then ultimately lose yourself in the song. I also like the his sense of harmony, a phrase that starts out, for instance, in a happy mode becomes more complex emotionally as things are added to it.
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clay

shivers
Rubber gave me shivers, what more could you ask from music?
i like that he adds another layer right before you feel like you know what the song is about, which makes you stick around and then ultimately lose yourself in the song. I also like the his sense of harmony, a phrase that starts out, for instance, in a happy mode becomes more complex emotionally as things are added to it.
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el Mysterioso Clandestino

I listened to it, then I blew up.
I recommend you listen to this with a GOOD quality set of heaphones, not that $5 piece of shit you bought at Radio Shack. There is so much going on here, you will find something new everytime you listen. This is where the robot marries Miss Universe, and they become one.
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