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One Second Bridge - One Second Bridge Album

One Second Bridge - One Second Bridge Album

Performer: One Second Bridge
Title: One Second Bridge
Country: UK
Catalog Number: BÜROCD002
Label: Büro
Released: 26 Jun 2006
Style: Indie Rock, Experimental, Ambient, Shoegaze
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 756

Tracklist

1Keep On Falling5:12
2Fifth Season4:40
3Sucio Cielo Azul3:19
4N°2
Voice – Susanka
2:29
51000 Lights1:55
6Un Minuto1:01
7Ventana2:10
8Un Minuto1:01
9Everywhere3:06
10One Second Bridge2:22
11Take Me To The Moon4:07
12Brücke1:03
13The Ghost3:57
14Alt. Ending3:19

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
gris02One Second Bridge One Second Bridge ‎(CD, Album, Dig)VerdiGris, Static Discosgris02Mexico2007
BÜROCD002One Second Bridge One Second Bridge ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Pla)BüroBÜROCD002UK2006

Credits

  • ArtworkA-to-M.com, Nicolas Pradilla, Vicente
  • BassFabian Gremion (tracks: 1 to 4, 11)
  • Performer [One Second Bridge Are]Matias Bieniaszewski, Vicente García Landa
  • Photography By [Band]Jorja Carreno
  • Written-ByMatias (tracks: 10, 12), Vicente (tracks: 1, 4, 7, 9)
  • Written-By, Recorded By, ProducerOne Second Bridge

Notes

Forming the backbone of their self-titled LP, these bouts of musical impromptu in no way indicate an album full of wandering compositions or half-baked ideas, with the One Second Bridge ethos verging on the melody-drenched output of classic 4AD or even Morr’s Slowdive tributes. Opening with the self-titled ‘One Second Bridge’, Garcia and Bieniaszewski roam into view through a watercolour backdrop of Basinksi-style decaying soundscapes, before the contrast is drawn to the foreground through chiming acoustic guitars and a heat-haze of effects that leave everything tantalisingly out of reach. From here, the next stop is effects layered post-rock on the appropriately titled ‘No.2’, wherein Mogwai’s ‘Somewhere Nice’ is given a bright-eyed rinse-down and comes out the other side with a genuine spring in it’s step that is both infectious and deeply moving. Elsewhere, ‘Um Minuto’ uses some Satie-inspired piano to poignant effect, ‘Keep On Falling’ manages to reference both Badalamenti and Slowdive without becoming overawed, whilst ‘Alt.Ending’ sees you out on a blush of choral rectitude. A gorgeous album that wears it’s grandness with astonishing ease.

Written, recorded, and produced in Bagdad's Oasis, Barcelona, 2003-2004.

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