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Sweatson Klank (formerly known as Take) - You, Me, Temporary

Sweatson Klank (formerly known as Take) You, Me, Temporary

Vinyl 3LP
EU – Original
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A1 Oblique
A2 Opium Scented
A3 Waiting feat Vikter Duplaix
A4 Asking For It
B1 15 Bucks feat Doc Illingsworth
B2 Bed That
B3 Fuck & Fight feat Deniro Farrar
B4 I Shouldn't Be Here feat Ango
C1 Morning After Pills feat Anna Wise Of Sonny Moon
C2 Contemplate
C3 Till The End feat Self Says & Doc Illingsworth
C4 Even If We Get Too High feat Ango
D1 Still Dark feat Pat Parra
D2 Chasing You
D3 The Get Over
D4 All This Time
E1 Waiting (Instrumental)
E2 Asking For It (Instrumental)
E3 Bucks (Instrumental)
E4 Fuck & Fight (Instrumental)
F1 I Shouldn't Be Here (Instrumental)
F2 Morning After Pills (Instrumental)
F3 Till The End (Instrumental)
F4 Even If We Get Too High (Instrumental)
F5 Still Dark (Instrumental)
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Sweatson Klank (formerly known as Take) - You, Me, Temporary
Sweatson Klank (formerly known as Take) - You, Me, Temporary
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Artist Sweatson Klank (formerly known as Take)
Titel You, Me, Temporary
Label Project: Mooncircle / hhv.de
Catalog-No PMC114
Format 3LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing EU – Original
Release Date 2013
Genre Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Style Downbeat / Electronica / Leftfield, Instrumental Hip Hop
Available since 25.03.2013
Item-No 306491
Condition New
Availability Ready for Shipment
Price 21,95 €
Weight 750g (plus 250g Packaging)
Sweatson Klank (formerly known as Take) - You, Me, Temporary
From its opening notes ‘You, Me, Temporary’ announces itself as music from the soul reaching for the soul. The album recounts a modern day love story through the musical eyes of its protagonist, Sweatson Klank. It’s a story of love in the fast lane that touches on the good – innocence, romance, lust, sex – and the bad – drugs, debauchery, loss of self, despair – before closing with the peaceful beauty that comes with total acceptance of what is. ‘You, Me, Temporary’ is Sweatson Klank’s third full-length album in 10 years, and it shows just how extensive the Los Angeles native’s artistic growth has been. The music tight ropes between electronic, hip hop and futuristic R&B, sidestepping obvious boxes while finding its own effortlessly. ‘You, Me, Temporary’ transcends genres, balancing the vulnerable and sensual with the rough and jagged. The album has an emotive and sometimes pressing quality, in direct opposition to today’s disposable music mania. The hypnotic interplay of chords, melodies and rhythms draws you in and is equally effective in headphones as it is on the dancefloor. The warmth of analogue equipment flirts with expert sampling and chops that evoke the playful soul of ‘90s R&B and the heartfelt angst of classic hip hop while remaining forward thinking.

A wide cast of vocal guests help recount the different tales and stages of this story: Vikter Duplaix, Ango, Selfsays, Doc Illingsworth, Deniro Farrar, Anna Wise of Sonny Moon and Pat Parra. Upbeat and energetic songs sit next to hypnotic ballads, the sort most conducive to ‘baby making’ you might even say. The music is often elating, sexy and at times dreamy but also progresses to show melancholy and despondency in the sincerest way. Sometimes playful, sometimes serious the vocal tracks add a human dimension to the story that ‘You, Me, Temporary’ tells, completing its message and taking the album to that proverbial next level.

With this third album Sweatson Klank puts aside self-indulgence for simple honesty and the maturity that only comes with being a seasoned artist. ‘You, Me, Temporary’ tells a timeless story in a compelling way, and while its title hints at the trials and tribulations behind relationships, the overt concept lies in the impermanence of everything around us.
Project: Mooncircle / hhv.de
Berlin-based label Project: Mooncircle is an official label from hhv.de. It was founded in 2002 by Gordon Gieseking and is specializing in the conjunction between electronic and organic music. Being interested in music from his earliest childhood on, it eventually became more than just a passion to him. The label, at first envisaged as a compilation project only, found the perfect partner with Thomas Ulrich and his mail-order hhv.de in 2004, later being joined by Jinna Morocha from Moscow. This led the way for the first instrumental and vocal solo releases by such artists as Mr Cooper, 40 Winks, CYNE, Jahbitat, John Robinson, MF Doom, Lambent, Lewis Parker, Non of Shadowhuntaz, Graciela Maria, Strand, Robot Koch, Pavel Dovgal, Ta-Ku, Mika Gao, Onra, Obba Supa, fLako, Sina., 1000 Names, DZA, Krts, Long Arm or Glen Porter. In 2009 the sub-label Project: Squared, run by Paul Cooper and Peter Schachmann, two long-standing companions and co-workers, was founded. Project: Squared releases mainly Dubstep and Techno 12” records from such artists as Asusu, Furesshu, AnD, L-OW, Tom Diccico, Shifted and others. Another sub-label, Finest Ego, was added in 2010. Run by Malte Tarnow, its aim is to consolidate the versatility of instrumental beats, glitch or wonky and anything in between or beyond. The outcome are compilations with such producers as Daisuke Tanabe, Isaac Aesili, Om Unit, Lapalux, RLP, ichiro_, Himuro Yoshiteru, Pixelord, Monky, Christoph El Truento, and various others. The work of illustrators and graphic designers such as Bioniq, Dan May, Iain McArthur, Ima One, LNY, Gordon, 44 Flavours, La Mano Fria, and The Binh create images that accompany the acoustic spaces. Project: Mooncircle with its various producers & vocalist shall be an interesting experience for anyone looking for the extraordinary.

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Review
Björn Bischoff, 24.04.2013

Fucking and fighting always works. An album like »You, Me, Temporary« is no exception to that rule. Tom Wilson is not TAKE anymore, but calls himself Sweatson Klank now. His new benchmark: To melt together HipHop, R&B and electronics in order to create an individual entity. That works well on »You, Me, Temporary«. However, on »Fuck & Fight«, it becomes outstanding, because it goes far beyond the usual language, used by every other artist on Hyperdub. Because of guests like Deniro Farrar, who comes forward with an absurdly fitting flow. You’ll have scenes of a movie in your head that hasn’t even been made yet. No other guest on this record creates such an intense moment, even though Ango’s and Pat Parra’s vocals fit very well to »I Shouldn’t Be Here« and »Still Dark«. However, the greatest moments are those in which Sweatson Klank stands above the usual producer-records, in which this album does more than just reconciling wonky, dubstep and R&B. The tracks »Chasing You«, »The Get Over« and »All This Time« all have moments like that. The last track, in particular, rocks a charming beat back and forth in a sea of effects and sounds. When it comes to reduction and relaxation, »You, Me, Temporary« is the best. Because that’s another thing that always works.

Rating from hhv.de mag:
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