Announcing El 햚gel Exterminador, the second release by The Beige. The atmospheric pop/jazz quintet from Vancouver have been quietly developing their subtle, multi-layered sound and have unearthed some murky sonic riches. El 햚gel Exterminador charts a moody, surreal journey through deceptively beautiful soundscapes, offering glimpses of madness, hunger, fever dreams, love and death along the way. With El 햚gel Exterminador, The Beige presents the great Canadian feel-not-so-good album. El 햚gel Exterminador is a response to the dream-like, gentle sound of 01, the quintet's independent debut CD which prompted The Vancouver Sun to proclaim, "The Beige is a new musical force in Vancouver." 01 was unveiled in a sold-out, one-of-a-kind sound and light show at Vancouver's MacMillan Space Centre, where The Beige played in darkness beneath projected constellations. It went on to receive extensive airplay on CBC radio and garnered widespread critical praise, both at home and internationally. The Georgia Straight called the album "a gorgeously spacious thing.... as melodic and lyrically striking as Wilco at it's most incisive--and more overtly catchy.' Americana UK said of 01, 'A record that fuses popular and experimental forms into a coherent whole is a rare thing, and this is a record of rare beauty.' The Beige simmers more than shimmers this time around, with spiky edges and burbling background noises peppering El 햚gel Exterminador. But The Beige is not a rock act; it's a five-headed hybrid of atmospheric pop and jazz, with dashes of loops and field recordings for good measure. The Beige is more introvert than extrovert, more deep and mysterious than flashy and loud. This is serious music, with literary trappings, but it also knows a good groove when it hears one. Accessible and well-behaved on the surface, but more troubling the more you listen, The Beige can pull you in like a private conversation overhead in a dimly let room.
I Got a Job in the Belly of the Beast
The Exterminating Angel
Ponce de Le n
Different Roads (Fall and Rise)
Underground Is Waiting
Este Pa s
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