Seven Succulents by KiloWatts, released 18 February 2014 1. Euphorbia (feat Mike Greenfield) 2. Gollum Fingers 3. Mother Of Thousands 4. Coppertone (feat Mike Greenfield) 5. Liveforever (feat Samuel Wexler) 6. Zwartkop (feat The We're Home Family Drum Brigade) 7. Living Stones Seven Succulents is a continuation of my 2009 release Six Silicates. Where Six Silicates was a nod to crystals, Seven Succulents explores the weird and wonderful world of desert plants
Where "Six Silicates" was a nod to crystals, "Seven Succulents" explores the weird and wonderful world of desert plants. The music thrives and grows from a single seed, winding its roots delicately through sand, communicating through beacons of sound sent across vast arid landscapes. The songs are named after plants I have tended and cared for over the years, and the collection exists as an homage to the wonders of nature - a love note for quiet desert foliage.
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Seven Succulents explores the weird and wonderful world of desert plants. Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo. The new KiloWatts album is titled "Seven Succulents", a continuation of his hypnotic 2009 release "Six Silicates". Where "Six Silicates" was a nod to crystals, "Seven Succulents" explores the weird and wonderful world of desert plants, and retains a familiar deep and pulsating dancefloor grooviness.
James Watts, also known by the moniker KiloWatts, is an American electronic musician. He has toured across Australia, Canada, Europe, and the United States since 2002. His 2007 release Ground State was said to lead the devoted listener to a state of total hypnosis by Side-Line Magazine. In 2006, Igloo Magazine called his album Routes "a lifetime of travel compressed into an hour of aural head-tripping
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