Zane Tate | Down to Dusk: Rural Sounds, Vol. 2

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Down to Dusk: Rural Sounds, Vol. 2

by Zane Tate

Downtempo producer Zane Tate delivers a groove-driven blend of trip hop and lounge with hints of chillout on this long-awaited followup to his debut album.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. Getaway
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2. The Man Called Thursday
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3. Chilling Interlude 1
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4. August Spies
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5. The Great On We
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Album Notes
Hypnotic and haunting mood-music meets groove-driven beats on Zane Tate's Down to Dusk: Rural Sounds Volume 2. Essential downtempo, the album fuses trip hop rhythms with dark and thoughtful melodies, while exploring the occasional excursion into chillout.

"This album is very much a follow up to Rural Sounds Volume 1," Zane explains. "But unlike Boom Bap Sunrise, the songs on Down to Dusk were all written at night, so the sound is much darker, more introspective. I try to brighten the mood though, and end the record on a redemptive high note."

Return to the rural one more time with Zane Tate's Down to Dusk.



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