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Shuttle358 - Chessa Musikalbum

Darsteller: Shuttle358
Genre: Elektronische Musik
Titel: Chessa
Land: US
Freigegeben: 07 Dec 2004
Stil: Experimental, Minimal, Ambient
Etikett: 12k
Katalognummer: 12K1030
FLAC-Version ZIP-Größe: 2456 mb
MP3-Version ZIP-Größe: 1813 mb
WMA-Version ZIP-Größe: 1735 mb
Bewertung: 4.9
Abstimmungen: 648


7West Nile2:15
11Dead Leaves5:20


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
12K1030, 12K1030 EDITION.02Shuttle358 Chessa ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RP)12k, 12k12K1030, 12K1030 EDITION.02USUnknown


  • Music By, PhotographyDan Abrams


Music and photography 2004.
Photography from the forthcoming book "Chessa".

Total duration: 00:54:05

Released in two digipak editions of 1000 and 500 copies, respectively. This is the first edition!

Editions can only be distinguished by edition number on CD.


  • Barcode (Text): 8 98339 00030 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 898339000309



The beauty behind Dan Abrams' Shuttle358 project has always been its ability to put a warmer face on a music often labeled as synthetic and cold. With Chessa, he not only successfully accomplishes his mission but takes it into territories where so many artists attempt to go but end up falling short. Chessa by SHUTTLE358, released 07 December 2004 1. Ash 2. Chessa 3. Blast 4. Duh 5. Marche 6. Nerf 7. West Nile 8. Melt 9. Logical 10. Dead Leaves 11. Scrapbook Without a doubt Shuttle358 has become one of the most admired artists to emerge from modern electronic musics sea of musicians. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Album 2004 11 Songs. Chessa Shuttle358. to music from Shuttle358 like Logical, Fissure & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Shuttle358. Play album. Skip to YouTube . Chessa, 2004. Shuttle358. Ash, 07:05. Chessa, 06:58. With Field, Shuttle358s Dan Abrams returns to the beautiful roots he layed down with his now-classic Frame 12k1011, 2000 which Alternative Press heralded as Ranking alongside Aphex Twins Selected Ambient Works II and Enos Music for Airports in its evocation of imaginary space. and which Boomkat UK called Shuttle358s undisputed masterpiece. It is in this specific space and through splintered memories from the dawn of the 2000s that brings Shuttle358 back to his early explorations with Field. Specifically, those sounds nestled in computers from the late 90s running period software and graced by the lo-fi color of early DSP algorithms. Provided to YouTube by Virtual Label LLC chessa Shuttle358 Shuttle358 Chessa 2004 Copyright Control Released on: 2004-11-01 Auto-generated by YouTube. 2004 Copyright Control. Released on: 2004-11-01. Shuttle358 Chessa. Selo: 12k 12K1030. País: US. Photography from the forthcoming book Chessa. Total duration: 00:54:05. This is a fantastic album, one of my favorites from Shuttle358. Beautiful, soothing tranquility in the form of music. Responder Notifique-me 2 Helpful. Shuttle358, the moniker of native Californian Dan Abrams, clearly stands as one of 12ks most revered, and mysterious, artists. Some say his work was responsible for humanizing the microsound movement of the early 2000s, and rightfully so. After 10 years, this fall we will see the release of the new album from Shuttle358. Fans of the music will instantly recognize the sound but its not just more of the same the album, only known currently as CYPIWB, is turning out to be an evolution from his signature synthetic minimalism into a more mystical, deeper analog journey, and will only be available on vinyl. Shuttle358: out out, frame, broom и другие песни
All-timer! The moon is there you just can't reach it.

This is a very nice ambient LP with subtle moods and shifts in feel. Strange drones and clicks. Under rated.

This one on Vinyl would be a real treasure !

I would love to see this on vinyl some day.

This is a fantastic album, one of my favorites from Shuttle358. Beautiful, soothing tranquility in the form of music.

Maybe I just don't 'feel' this album, rest assured am not as passionate about it as various reviewers, but it just doesn't appeal to me. In general, it's yet another bunch of electronic bleeps, hums, and short circuits. It buzzes nicely, creating sort of a spaceship atmosphere around the listener, but it's nothing special really. It's a great piece to benchmark all those sweet electronic composers who are lost in the general synthetic noise of crap, pardon me. I mean, try it - most probably you'll like it. Especially the tracks at the end, quite remarkable.