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SKULS - Terminal album flac

  • Performer: SKULS
  • Title: Terminal
  • Size FLAC ver: 1948 mb
  • Date of release: 2016
  • Style: Bass Music, Grime, Trap
  • Other formats: ASF MOD MP2 VQF MP1 MPC MIDI
  • Genre: Electronic / Hip hop
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
SKULS - Terminal album flac

Tracklist

1 1501 2:30
2 Power 3:42
3 Lotusville 3:48
4 Movements 3:31

Credits

  • Written-By – David Halsey, Seamus McNamara


Album · 2016 · 4 Songs.

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Label: Terrorhythm Recordings ‎– TERR049.

Terminal by SKULS, released 20 October 2016 1. 1501 2. Power 3. Lotusville 4. Movements The bay area duo SKULS returns to Terrorhythm Recordings with a 4-track EP entitled Terminal. The EP is a concept record in which each songs represents a different leg of SKULS year long journey moving from their hometown to LA. The entire work acts as a cinematic score that is heavy-hittng, bass-driven, and derives influence from upper echelon hip-hop & electronic music.

Cat: TERR 049 Released: 20 October, 2016 Genre: Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime. Get new release alerts. DJ-friendly full length tracks. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.

Listen to Terminal songs Online on JioSaavn. English music album by Skuls 1. 1501 - Skuls, 2. Power - Skuls, 3. Lotusville - Skuls, 4. Movements - Skuls. Album ∙ 2016 ∙ 4 Songs. NA. {"url":null,"pid":" hPhBKqH","length":"150"}.

Two artists from the Bay Area. After careful thought we have decided to put an indefinite hold on SKULS. Thank you to everyone who supported the music and gave us the opportunity to accomplish some amazing things. It was a great experience which provided us with some very memorable moments.

Across the four tracks, SKULS explore a wide-array of sounds with each track sounding unique and independent from each other. The opening 1501 hits with walls of bass and synth, which combine to give an almost down-tempo, genre-defying sound after a hefty extended intro. Meanwhile, the EP’s second track Power sees SKULS take on that early trap sound that their new-found home is so gnized for, offering speaker-blowing bass hits which are mimicked again on Lotusville, one track later.


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