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Taub - Bedtime Stories
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Taub

Bedtime Stories

Nonine Recordings

Released: 22nd June 2009 | 11 track broken beat album
wake up to this album...and you won't stop dreaming. harald nono and me raabenstein come at us with an album, which is truly boundless and interminable. a sound which while very new, will never age in its revered memory. while most albums keep the listener in a separate place than that of which they are trying to portray, this one will cast your mind fluently into its significance, which never ceases. bedtime stories mustn't be sifted through for elements which connect the listener, as it will certainly find you, look you straight in the eye and keep you in its exquisite, even handed grip until the very end. taub takes you on a rare journey. a timeless meander through half conscious daydreams, toying with abstractions, playing with our senses and all we have formally come to recognize as music. each abstract figure, note and fragment very gently connects to another, creating a harmonious chord derived from unknown habitats. tracks that slip so gently in and out of one another, that one would never look to distinguish when or where it should end. the ideas and sentiments that taub seamlessly emotes are imbedded with intelligent contrasting maestoso bulbous. it is simply an album and experience not to be missed, with moods and rhythms we've only seen while timelessly ambling through our future memories. with tracks like la ronde at the top one can see the beginnings of some elegant entity beneath a beautiful translucent cherry blossom skin, keeping the listener in some sun stroked awe from its beginning to its unbridled end. ...and of course with the track midgets, which is something like existential nouns beaten with bags of mercurial arts, you will see it deserves all of the praise and then some... after the album; catch a mirror glimpse of your jaded peering eyes, whose look of recherché you will seek unceasingly and yet never quite distinguish, as its only season will be this album.