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Zeros - Space Noir

Zeros - Space Noir
  • Performer Zeros
  • Title Space Noir
  • Date of release 22 Sep 2014
  • Country UK
  • Style Electro, Electro House, House, Minimal
  • Label Sotto Voce
  • Catalog number SV004
  • Other formats 11 × File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 2962 mb
  • Size FLAC 1727 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 348


1Red Panda6:33
3Peace Of4:35
4Moving Keys3:33
5Fade In (Intro)1:32
6Space Noir6:30
8Red Panda (2 AM Minimal Mix)6:01
9Vita Brevis5:28
10Adaptation (See You Later)3:12


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SV004Zeros Space Noir ‎(11xFile, WAV, Album)Sotto VoceSV004UK2014


Sotto Voce Records. Zeros - Space Noir. Album Sampler. 2014 11 Songs. Space Noir. Dance . Red Panda. Peace Of. Moving Keys. Listen free to The Zeros Space Noir Fade In Intro, Red Panda and more. 11 tracks 48:56. Zeros - Space Noir 6:30. Zeros - Cantina 0:35. Zeros - Peace Of 4:35. Zeros - Moving Keys 3:33. Zeros - Type 5:11. Тип релиза - любой - Album Single Compilation Radioshow EP LP. Zeros: Falling Apart, I Need My Memory Back, Right Now и другие песни. Noir stylized as NØIR is the second studio album by American rapper Smino. It was released on November 8, 2018 with Zero Fatigue under license to Downtown Records and distributed by Interscope Records. The album includes guest appearances from Zero Fatigue members, Bari, Jay2, and Ravyn Lenae, as well as Dreezy, and Valee. The production came from himself, Monte Booker, Sango, THEMpeople, Phoelix, Krs, Al B Smoov, and Da-P. The artwork of the album was designed by Victor Birriel and taken by Nolis. Released: Sep Song Lyrics for Zeros's Space Noir album. Adaptation See You Later Lyrics. Zeros Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop Wipe Out June 22, 1963. RIFFd: Nas Nasir. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop Mr. Tambourine Man June 21, 1965. or open in our Desktop app

Discussions of the Zeros - Space Noir Album

For all the "noobs" here, this is a very versatile album. In truth, it's the first reference of the enigmatic producer Zeros who we have, though this shows how sometimes the talent could be hidden in a sea of monotonous productions, and how Jon Gooch (Feed Me / Spor), the label boss of Sotto Voce can find some new and fresh talent from nothing.

'Space Noir' starts with 'Fade in', a dark and cinematic intro that leads with a mixture of beautiful and organic sounds and tight synths that creates a mystery feeling and shows us how this LP is going to tell us an interesting story. Following the mystery that was showed before, 'Red Panda' drops eventually with a mixture of funky piano melodies and danceable beats with cracked percussions who eventually leaves some Dubstep vibe.

Then we have the track who gives name to this LP, in my opinion this could have been the truly second track just because it has a more cinematic sound, mixing some kind of space sounds and ultra melodic chiptune melodies. The next track, 'Cantina', breaks like a Jazzy ambiented and ephemeral track that leaves you into the nothing, just because the next song, 'Peace Of', shows a versatile groovy sound with some sort of galactic vibes and futuristic and funny kind of 8bits melodies.

In 'Moving Keys', Zeros shows how this funny 8bits oriented sound it's kind of his early signature sound with a new mixture of piano notes and a catchy estructure, meanwhile 'Type' is the mixture of the melodic Zeros and the more Complextro oriented one. In 'Tibet' the resemblance to some House/Garage tracks it's really obvious, but Zeros shows with some strokes of scratchy Electro that these genres can work well together.

The (2AM Minimal Mix) of 'Red Panda' has nothing to do with the original track and with the term Minimal - in truth I can see more Deep House influences that Minimal ones - anyway, is a pretty decent track, catchy and like the great part of the album, melodic. I can see some kind of deadmau5 influences in 'Vita Brevis', especially in the minimalist touch of the intro of the track and in the warming break. The outro, 'Adaptation (See You Later)' features again a cinematic and retro sound that will turn all the lovers of films such as Blade Runner or Tron into a kind of nostalgic feeling thanks to his Sci-Fi film touch.

For me, this is a pretty decent album. I can't wait to hear more stuff of this guy in the future.