To Rococo Rot - Cosimo (Vinyl)

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  1. It's little surprise that the steady and varied releases from To Rococo Rot would eventually produce enough tracks never released on CD to justify a compilation of them. And so Taken from Vinyl is just that, but in an admittedly clever move, the band lives up to the title of the compilation by noting that most of the tracks were, quite literally, mastered from vinyl -- sometimes by .
  2. The return of To Rococo Rot is one that we have anticipated eagerly here at the Neck. Recorded in collaboration with NYC wunderkid I-Sound, 'Music Is A Hungry Ghost' is a simply staggering piece of evocative beauty/5(7).
  3. Unlimited free To Rococo Rot music - Click to play Cosimo, Miss You and whatever else you want! Stations With To Rococo Rot. To Rococo Rot Radio Plays To Rococo Rot along with similar artists like: Jega, Murcof, The Sabres of Paradise, Actress, Tortoise Ms. John Soda Radio Plays Ms. John Soda along.
  4. Dec 21,  · All songs February/November Tracks 1, 2, 4, 9, 13 Produced at Bleibeil studios, Berlin Track 3 Produced at Electric Avenue, Hamburg Track 5, 6, 8 Recorded at Electric Avenue, Hamburg.
  5. To Rococo Rot discography and songs: Music profile for To Rococo Rot, formed Genres: Indietronica, Post-Rock, IDM. Albums include The Amateur .
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  7. Find To Rococo Rot bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - German post-rock/experimental electronic unit.
  8. To Rococo Rot were an influential Berlin-based trio who combined electronic and analog elements to create instrumental post-rock and electronic music. Cosimo - .
  9. to rococo rot the amateur view g heavyweight lp + cd - £ £ here To Rococo Rot leaves behind their many fumbling colleagues in the field of post-rock/post-techno to set upon a course of their own, a lush vision of listen.

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