Shpongle ‘Ineffable Mysteries From Shpongleland’ available as FLAC
After three groundbreaking albums over the course of a decade, the internationally acclaimed electronica project Shpongle have returned from what fans feared was a void when Nothing Lasts…but Nothing is Lost, their third album, was released. Not prepared to leave us hanging, electronic music pioneers Simon Posford and Raja Ram have continued to push the envelope and break boundaries to create yet another sonic masterpiece: the much-awaited fourth Shpongle album, Ineffable Mysteries from Shpongleland.
There are languages here that Shpongle fans will know and love as much as their previous work, and yet there are some massive leaps forward in terms of production techniques, sonic trickery, structure, and direction compared to all of the previous outings to date. With influences drawn from anywhere from Steve Reich and Mike Oldfield to the Batman movies and Big Brother TV shows and beyond, this really is another over the top record in terms of production skills, tonal textures, and original ideas from Shpongle. It is rich in detail and emotion, in worldly and otherworldly samples and inspiration, and in harmonic and melodic construction.
Shpongle continues to evolve and inspire and with two sellout back to back shows at the Roundhouse in London (30th and 31st October) to celebrate the launch, Shpongle prove to be as popular as ever and this album is already in huge demand.
Here’s the final track titles that will make up the new Shpongle Album now due for worldwide release November 28 2009 (but available from our shop on 7th November)
Spongolise Spoken Here
Nothing Is Something Worth Doing
I Am You
Invisible Man In A Fluorescent Suit
No Turn Unstoned
Walking Backwards Through The Cosmic Mirror