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Quarantine

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Laurel Halo, one of the more fascinating electronic music producers to emerge in the 2010s, follows two EPs for Hippos in Tanks with an album for Hyperdub. Lest there be any doubt as to whether there is a fit, the album's title is Quarantine and its first track is titled "Airsick" -- no one would be surprised if labelhead Kode9 issued productions of his own with those exact titles. This sprawling but of-a-piece release, ideal at 40 minutes in length, is significantly less beat-driven than King Felix and Hour Logic. Just as significant, none of Halo's singing is as conventionally melodic as her contribution to Games' (aka Ford & Lopatin) "Strawberry Skies." She uses considerably less echo, yet a type of effect is usually in effect -- whether through layering or drastic manipulation. She occasionally thrusts her voice to the fore, as she does over synthetic-streak FX and probing drones on "Years"; the manner in which she sings "You're mad because I will not leave you alone" is unsettling to the point of being confrontational. The affected quivering quality that she often uses recalls the "fourth world" sound of trumpet player Jon Hassell, especially when it dovetails with her queasy synthesizer textures. Most perturbing/entrancing is "Carcass," where thick sequencer burbling (reminiscent of early Tangerine Dream) and lightly searing noise dip in and out as Halo's heavily treated, inhuman voice creaks and trembles. The sparse, stupefying ballad "Light + Space" is the "Ghosts" (Japan) of its time -- and an unexpectedly moving finale. As oddly gruesome as its Makoto Aida artwork, Quarantine is the addictive soundtrack to some kind of science fiction nightmare.
© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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Airsick
00:03:58

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

2
Years
00:02:52

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

3
Thaw Explicit
00:05:59

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

4
Joy
00:03:27

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

5
MK Ultra
00:04:17

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

6
Wow
00:01:20

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

7
Carcass
00:04:32

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

8
Holoday
00:01:50

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

9
Tumor
00:02:40

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

10
Morcom
00:03:03

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

11
Nerve
00:02:31

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

12
Light + Space
00:04:50

Laurel Halo, MainArtist - Endless Echo (SESAC), MusicPublisher - L. Chartlow, Composer

2012 Hyperdub 2012 Endless Echo (SESAC)

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Laurel Halo, one of the more fascinating electronic music producers to emerge in the 2010s, follows two EPs for Hippos in Tanks with an album for Hyperdub. Lest there be any doubt as to whether there is a fit, the album's title is Quarantine and its first track is titled "Airsick" -- no one would be surprised if labelhead Kode9 issued productions of his own with those exact titles. This sprawling but of-a-piece release, ideal at 40 minutes in length, is significantly less beat-driven than King Felix and Hour Logic. Just as significant, none of Halo's singing is as conventionally melodic as her contribution to Games' (aka Ford & Lopatin) "Strawberry Skies." She uses considerably less echo, yet a type of effect is usually in effect -- whether through layering or drastic manipulation. She occasionally thrusts her voice to the fore, as she does over synthetic-streak FX and probing drones on "Years"; the manner in which she sings "You're mad because I will not leave you alone" is unsettling to the point of being confrontational. The affected quivering quality that she often uses recalls the "fourth world" sound of trumpet player Jon Hassell, especially when it dovetails with her queasy synthesizer textures. Most perturbing/entrancing is "Carcass," where thick sequencer burbling (reminiscent of early Tangerine Dream) and lightly searing noise dip in and out as Halo's heavily treated, inhuman voice creaks and trembles. The sparse, stupefying ballad "Light + Space" is the "Ghosts" (Japan) of its time -- and an unexpectedly moving finale. As oddly gruesome as its Makoto Aida artwork, Quarantine is the addictive soundtrack to some kind of science fiction nightmare.
© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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