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Apparat - Walls (CD, Album)

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  1. Apparat Apparat is the solo alias of Sascha Ring, a Berlin-based producer of lush, moody electronic pop. While his peers were going minimal, Ring kept expanding his sound with acoustic textures and heartfelt vocals. Moderat is his collaboration with fellow Berliners Modeselektor, and he released a collaborative album with Ellen Allien.
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  3. Walls is the third studio album by electronic musician Apparat, released in The album received positive reviews from critics, with Allmusic calling the album "remarkable" and saying that it "ranks as his best yet.". Pitchfork compared the album to the work of M83 and Slowdive, calling it "one of the best electronic dream-pop records in a 5/5(1).
  4. Sep 05,  · After hearing Apparat's "Arcadia" on the recent Fabric 34 by his friend and collaborator Ellen Allien, I had been sweating on a new full release from him, and it has finally arrived in the shape of this full-length CD titled "Walls". I cannot believe how good this album is/5().
  5. The enormously well-received album was followed by Apparat's third solo album, Walls, in Ring began touring with a live band that included Raz Ohara on piano and drummer Jörg Waehner. In , Apparat guested on Luomo's single "Love You All" and released Things to Be Frickled, a double-CD collection of remixes.
  6. Get all the lyrics to songs on Walls and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  7. For his latest full-length offering, Berlin's Sascha Ring has come closer than ever to integrating traditional songwrting into modern electronic sound design. "Walls" is an album that pulls together vocals, strings and dense layers of laptop composition, propped firmly upright by a glistening array of cutting edge beats.
  8. Walls was highly orchestral, with many violin and string based melodies on show; this is more Folk/Rock/Indie orientated, yet still clearly electronica too. 'The Devil's Walk' is a very intelligent album. Apparat is a smart chap, and it shows/5(73).

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