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Untitled - Gridlock - Formless (CD, Album)

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  1. Formless, an Album by Gridlock. Released in October on Hymen (catalog no. ¥; CD). Genres: IDM. Featured peformers: Gridlock (aka_text music role_id aka_text, performer, design), Mike Wells (aka_text {mastering engineer} role_id aka_text), Salt (graphic design).
  2. Mar 01,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Untitled · Gridlock Formless ℗ Hymen Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Gridlock's evolutionary path is an interesting one; evolving from what is essentially an industrial rock band into the Amber-era Autechre-esque sound of Formless. The main difference between this though and the aforementioned album is that it doesn't possess the glacial coldness of Amber that dotted it, it being dusted with a far grittier industrial/ambient approach.
  4. The web portal of musician Mike Cadoo. Edit * *This is the first appearance of the “edit” tracks. These track were given the “edit” prefix were not considered to be in their final form and would later appear on gridlock albums.
  5. Sep 20,  · GRIDLOCK Live Special thanks to Mike Wells & Mike Cadoo of Gridlock for their exceptional Live performance. Their upcoming album titled Formless (Hymen) will be released late October, Congratulations to the winners of the CD giveaway.
  6. Find Gridlock discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Having gotten together under the spell of their surrounding techno/ electronic scene of San Francisco, Mike Wells and Cadoo decided to do their own thing by forming Gridlock in
  7. Feb 16,  · While it is true that Formless isn't as passionate as Gridlock's early albums, it has a lot of other virtues to showcase. First, their sound on this album, despite being variative and "formless", is now very mature and stable in quality. It is clear to me that it is scrupulously constructed and refined to the point of being unimprovable/5().

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