Bichkraft - Shadoof/ Шадуф album flac
|1||Big Red Robe/ Большой красный халат|
|2||Sleeves at Farewell/ Рукава при прощании|
|3||Stain of Rest/ Пятно покоя|
|4||Neathriver Chain/ Подречная цепь|
|6||Fashion According to Macbeth/ Мода по Макбету|
|WCR 049||Bichkraft||Shadoof/ Шадуф (LP)||Wharf Cat Records||WCR 049||Ukraine||2016|
|WCR 049||Bichkraft||Shadoof/ Шадуф (LP, TP)||Wharf Cat Records||WCR 049||Ukraine||2016|
Album · 2016 · 7 Songs.
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Shadoof by Bichkraft, released 10 June 2016 1. Big Red Robe 2. Sleeves at Farewell 3. Stain of Rest 4. Neathriver Chain 5. Blu 6. Fashion According to Macbeth 7. Rawness On the cusp of their first . tour, Kiev-based four-piece Bichkraft deliver their shimmering second album, Shadoof. To write and record their sophomore effort, the group built a studio in a debris-strewn lot in the hilly Roshinskiy neighborhood of Kiev, Ukraine
Fashion According to Macbeth, 04:43.
Today, Bichkraft is announcing a new record called Shadoof, which will be out June 10. And with that disclosure comes their sophomore effort's first single, "Sleeves At Farewell. Read Next: Meet Bichkraft, Ukrainian Chillers Making Noise For A Too-Near Dystopian Future. While Mascot was fully deep, dark, and heavy, Shadoof (which is an Arabic word for a bucket, lever, and fulcrum-constructed tool used for drawing water) has tones of shoegaze and psychedelia, and seems more inclined toward pop hooks and beats than one might expect from a noisy Ukranian rock band
Wharf Cat. Cat: WCR 049CD Released: 10 June, 2016 Genre: Indie. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
A shadoof or shaduf (an Arabic word, شادوف, šādūf) is an irrigation tool. A less common English translation is swape and it is also called a counterpoise lift, well pole, well sweep, or simply a sweep in the U. and a Jiégāo in Chinese. The shadoof was an early tool used in irrigation since around 2000 BCE by the ancient Egyptians, Mesopotamians, and Minoans, and later by the Chinese (c 1600 BCE) and others