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The Felt

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Lanzado el 2/12/2010.
Duración: ~59:51.

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  1. (3:27) Jade Dragon by Robert J! Lake
  2. (5:58) Swing of the Clock by Solatrus
  3. (3:54) Rhapsody in Green by Clark Powell
  4. (2:06) Humphrey's Lullaby by Toby Fox
  5. (1:41) Clockwork Reversal by Thomas Ferkol
  6. (4:57) Chartreuse Rewind by Solatrus
  7. (3:10) The Broken Clock by Erik Scheele
  8. (2:51) Apocryphal Antithesis by Clark Powell
  9. (2:29) Trails by Mark J. Hadley
  10. (4:06) Baroqueback Bowtier (Scratch's Lament) by Clark Powell
  11. (3:10) Scratch by David Ko
  12. (3:32) Omelette Sandwich by Mark J. Hadley
  13. (3:49) Temporal Piano by Erik Scheele
  14. (3:06) Time Paradox by Thomas Ferkol
  15. (2:02) Eldritch by Alex Rosetti
  16. (3:30) English by Toby Fox
  17. (6:03) Variations by Robert J! Lake

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Comentario del artista:

Andrew Hussie: (MSPA news post, excerpt)

In the same vein as the Midnight Crew fake band album, but where MC was a dark jazz band, the Felt is an orchestral group. The idea I proposed earlier in the year was an orchestral sound with "temporal effects." Notes, melodies, rhythms played backwards, forwards, rewinding and such, as if the music itself was subject to their powers of time distortion. The sound also took on some electronic, sort of ambient qualities as it developed. You could refer to the genre as "temporelechestral." If you wanted to say a mouthful.

Nice job to Clark Powell for mastering this whole thing, as well as including a few of her own great songs in the list too. The whole thing strikes me as a very tight bit of production.

Sick cover art by hypertalented and prolific HS fan artist, SkepticArcher.

Cindy Dominguez: (whatpumpkin.com news post)

Another one that's been a long time coming. This album has been in the works since about the time Midnight Crew: Drawing Dead was released. Clearly there are time-related shenanigans afoot!

As it happens, if you are a fan of time-related shenanigans, surely you will be a fan of this album. It's an orchestral score, done up Felt-style--The Felt imbues this music with effects borne of their time-distortion proclivities. It's ambient, it's intriguing, it's a little dark, and it's a even little funny. It's a gold mine.

Big thanks to Clark "Plazmataz" Powell for polishing up this gem with her mastering skills.

Also, have you SEEN that cover art? Wicked classy. That's all SkepticArcher right there.

Homestuck: (whatpumpkin.com side blurb)

The Felt classes up the joint a bit with their chrono-tastic orchestral self-titled album. You won't know whether you're coming or going when you're done with it. In a time-travelly kinda way, of course.

Homestuck: (whatpumpkin.com "about the albums" blurb)

Self-titled debut album of the criminal, and now musical, archrivals of the Midnight Crew. The Felt's ever-present temporal machinations are here in full force, resulting in an orchestral creation quite unlike anything else you've heard.

Homestuck: (Bandcamp credits blurb)

Music by:
Thomas "EidolonOrpheus" Ferkol
Toby "Radiation" Fox
Mark Hadley
David Ko
Jeremy "Solatrus" Iamurri
Robert J! Lake
Clark "Plazmataz" Powell
Alexander Rosetti
Erik "Jit" Scheele

Cover art by SkepticArcher

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