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Pub - Sekatuo Ton download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Sekatuo Ton
Style:
Abstract, Minimal, Ambient
Released:
2006
Country:
UK
FLAC vers. size:
1190 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1569 mb
WMA vers. size:
1562 mb
Other formats
RA ASF AIFF MOD WAV MIDI AUD
Rating:
4.8 ★
Votes:
434

On "Sekatuo Ton" (a slightly different version of his highly limited 4xCDr album on Talent Hoover), Pub takes it down even further, with the first two tracks "Magda Tunnel I" and "Magda Tunnel II" being appropriately named with their dark subterranean ambience, but are completely devoid of any of the classic Pub melodies

This album has an average beat per minute of 140 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 107/174 BPM). Recent albums by Pub. Creid. Do You Ever Regret Pantomime.

Pub albums sorted by date. Do You Ever Regret Pantomime? 2005. Do You Ever Regret Pantomime (bonus disc: The Bunker Sessions).

Tracklist

Magda Tunnel I 12:25
Magda Tunnel II 9:19
13th Note 10:00
Pea Souper 7:17
The Tides 11:47
Waiting For The Sun 6:38
Sunrise On Black Sea 2:56
Contigo 2:48
Crush 6:34
Dancing In Puddles 3:18
Silly 6:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ampcd04 Pub Sekatuo Ton ‎(CD, Album, RE) Ampoule ampcd04 UK 2007
talent007 Pub The Sekatuo Ton ‎(4xCDr, Mini, Ltd) Talent Hoover talent007 UK 2006
TALENT 007 Pub The Sekatuo Ton ‎(4xCDr, Mini, Promo) Talent Hoover TALENT 007 UK 2006
ampcd04 Pub Sekatuo Ton ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Ampoule ampcd04 UK 2007
  • Bluecliff
Here we go with another Pub release. The final disc of the 4xCD Sekatuo Ton release was the only one worth listening to. Sunrise, Contigo, Crush and so on, all sound like outtakes from Pantomime. Inferior ones, at that, but pleasant enough with those Pub trademark heavily filtered, warm analogue melodies that sound distant and hazy. But this was done much MUCH better on Pantomime. No, my real problem with this release is the rest of it. Take the dark atmospherics from Liltmor and Legless, and don't add any beats: you're left with tracks like Magda Tunnel, 13th Note, Pea Souper and The Tides. These are pure soundscapes, not even music. So I can't even comment on them! If you like soundscapes, deeply experimental electronics, and modern "laptop" sound design, you may find something likeable in The Sekatuo Ton. But much of this isn't even music. The days of Summer and Pantomime are very much gone.
  • DABY
Pub's releases of late seem to be getting more and more minimal, a far cry from his gorgeous work on "Do You Ever Regret Pantomime?" and the deep and dubby sounds of ">Single". On "Sekatuo Ton" (a slightly different version of his highly limited 4xCDr album on Talent Hoover), Pub takes it down even further, with the first two tracks "Magda Tunnel I" and "Magda Tunnel II" being appropriately named with their dark subterranean ambience, but are completely devoid of any of the classic Pub melodies. Sadly, most of the tracks are in this vain, and some of the them feature field recordings of people talking by the beach, but if you wanted to hear that you could just go to the beach and hear it for free! Towards the end of the album, the mood brightens and you're left with a selection of short guitar based tracks, the likes of which I've never heard from Pub before, but ultimately are nothing special. The only tracks that sound like you would expect Pub to sound are "Waiting For The Sun", and "Crush", with the latter being the only track I really like. I think Pub did the minimal ambient stuff better on "Liltmor" and the live disc on "Do You Ever Regret Pantomime?", which just makes my feeling of disappointment greater because the potential for another great Pub album has been missed by a mile.
  • Molace
It's a dusky sunday morning & I arrive home from a night out. It had been a tough night. Eventually I fall asleep. Drifting in & out of consciousness I swear I can hear sounds emitting from the blackness in my room, almost from the walls themselves. Sounds of echoing distant chords, slight murmurs of people chatting away. I sleep & dream of a seaside at a time that is distant to me, yet I warm to the familiarity. Sounds overhead in the sky match the mood of this wondrous alien place. I drift more. A girl appears & whispers something to me, it is a beautiful girl & we sit & listen to the sounds around us. At the end of a pier is man playing what seems like a guitar in a dusky seahaze. The words are unclear yet soothing & melancholic at the same time. Pub conjures many sonic images with this album & these are mine. This is deep listening, I hope the words speak for it in the most complimentary way. We can all sleep better now.