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The Inheritors


Download links and information about The Inheritors by Holden. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:15:29 minutes.

Artist: Holden
Release date: 2013
Genre: Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:15:29
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No. Title Length
1. Rannoch Dawn 4:25
2. : A Circle Inside a Circle Inside : 6:09
3. Renata 5:57
4. The Caterpillar's Intervention 4:04
5. Sky Burial 4:26
6. The Illuminations 3:13
7. Inter-City 125 5:29
8. Delabole 3:44
9. Seven Stars 5:49
10. Gone Feral 6:23
11. The Inheritors 4:54
12. Circle of Fifths 3:02
13. Some Respite 4:30
14. Blackpool Late Eighties 8:38
15. Self-Playing Schmaltz 4:46



In 2006, the first album by this British electronic producer found him exploring the outer reaches of trance, glitch, and minimal techno. Seven years later, having busied himself elsewhere in between, Holden followed up with an ecstatic explosion of sounds and styles on The Inheritors. The electronic merry-go-round that Holden presides over is based around thick, visceral analog synth tones that alternately throb, rattle, and wheeze as the situation demands, but they're framed in a multitude of mind-melting ways. On "The Caterpillar's Invention," avant-jazz sax frenzy collides with a tribal groove and a prog-flavored accumulation of electronics. "Sky Burial" pits electro-acoustic edginess against old-school Harry Partch–style DIY clang-and-bang sound sculpture. Along the way, '70s Berlin–style cosmic synthscapes dart around funhouse-mirror reflections of everything from ambient music and post-rock to videogame soundtracks—making for a sometimes disorienting but consistently engrossing journey.