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Battles - B EP (CD)

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  1. EP C/B EP () collects Battles’ first two EPs and the Tras single. All were first recorded and released separately in , several years before the band’s major album debut. EP C/B EP thus captures a snapshot of Battles’ birth as an experimental math rock powerhouse/5(6).
  2. Battles was founded in in New York City by Ian Williams (formerly of Don Caballero and Storm & Stress). Following a string of EPs, the band released their debut album on the Warp Records label in February , which was titled EP C / B EP. It is a compilation of their early releases, EP C, B EP and the single "Tras".;Track List SZ2;2.
  3. Battles are set to return October 18 with their fourth album Juice B Crypts via Warp Records. Following in the wake of its complex, mind-bending predecessors Mirrored, Gloss Drop, and La Di Da Di, the.
  4. Battles released two EPs, EP C, B EP, and the single "Tras" before signing to Warp Records. Warp compiled these early recordings and released them as an album, titled EP C / B EP, in February Their first studio album, Mirrored, was recorded by Keith Souza at Machines with Magnets, and released on May 14, , preceded by a single, "Atlas".
  5. If you exclude the Tras EP, one may look at this debut as an informal introduction into the entrancing, intricate world of bleeps and blips that comprise the band ellagniananbohesninethirddohoza.coinfo what could be considered the preceding complement to the self titled (B) EP, this New York based hybrid presents a challenging but rewarding experience to any listener willing to forfeit their attention.
  6. Originally out in , EP C/B EP was a double header from Battles that pulled together the previously released C and B EPs. Across the joint twenty one tracks the group cement themselves as one of the most audacious cult groups operating in the folds of alternative rock and electronica right now.
  7. Feb 06,  · B EP opener SZ2 is a perfect introduction to the Battles sound, as across its nine minutes it moves from the tentative stirrings of a mysterious ambient beast past sleigh bells into a prog-jazz fest over a powerful bludgeon of a drum-beat, with more than a dash of Helmet about it.