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Contents • • • • • Background [ ] Halo recorded Quarantine between July 2011 and February 2012 primarily in her home studio, with some instrument tracks also recorded in London. She made over thirty demos, eighteen of which were deleted. In November 2011, Halo sent the LP demos to label head, who responded with positive interest. Initially applying extensive and to her vocals, which she found 'supremely boring,' Halo instead opted to leave them dry and unadorned, stating that 'it was tempting to use but I decided against it because there’s this brutal, sensual ugliness in the vocals uncorrected, and painfully human vocals made sense.' Speaking to, she described the album's thematic focus as 'contrails, trauma, volatile chemicals, viruses.' The album cover features an adaptation of Harakiri School Girls, a work by which Halo chose for the artwork after seeing it at an exhibition on Japanese in New York.
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She stated that 'I love that it’s brutal and violent but colourful and slow to sink in.' Critical reception [ ] Professional ratings Aggregate scores Source Rating 80/100 Review scores Source Rating (8/10) (6/10) (8/10) (favourable) (4/5) Quarantine received positive critical reviews from critics, with an aggregate score of 80 out of 100 on. Named Quarantine as the 'release of the year' in its annual critics' poll. Ian Cohen of called the album 'something definitive' and Halo's 'best and most cohesive work to date.'
Quarantine, an Album by Laurel Halo. Bortac Training Course. Released May 28, 2012 on (catalog no. HDBCD014; CD). Genres: Ambient Pop. Rated #883 in the best albums of 2012. Featured peformers: Makoto Aida (artwork). Buy Quarantine by Laurel Halo on Bleep. Available on Vinyl LP, CD. Download MP3, WAV, FLAC. Metacritic Music Reviews, Quarantine by Laurel Halo, The debut full-length album for the Brooklyn artist showcases her vocals more than her previous ambient electronic EPs. On her third album for Hyperdub, Laurel Halo continues to resist classification and deflect interpretation by treating the human voice like a synthetic material to be molded and shattered.
Called it 'one of this year's most intriguing and divisive listens,' and noted that 'what's blasted her music headlong into the future is its re-integration of those most ancient of musical devices - the unadorned human voice, verse/chorus structures – into environments they’re usually so thoroughly unfamiliar with.' Wrote that 'it manages to sidestep pretension at almost every turn, partly due to the near-naive vocals that dominate the warm crackle and glow.'
States 'Quarantine binds her past sounds into a toxic, lush blend of ambient suspension and disorienting detail,' and called the album Halo's 'most immersive and beautiful work to date.' Described the album as 'conflicted, ambivalent, complex' and praised its sound as that of 'new territory being trod.' Track listing [ ] All tracks written by Laurel Halo. Spat 6.0.9 Final Version Tool. Title Length 1. 'Airsick' 3:58 2. 'Years' 2:52 3.
'Thaw' 5:59 4. 'Joy' 3:27 5. 'MK Ultra' 4:17 6.
'Wow' 1:23 7. 'Carcass' 4:30 8. 'Holoday' 1:50 9.
'Tumor' 2:40 10. 'Morcom' 3:03 11. 'Nerve' 2:31 12.
'Light + Space' 4:49 Total length: 41:19 Personnel [ ] Credits adapted from the liner notes of Quarantine. • Daly, Aidan..
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