Ardour by Teebs, released 19 October 2010 1. You've Changed 2. Bound Ball 3. Double Fifths 4. While You Doooo 5. Moments 6. Burner 7. Wind Loop 8. Lakeshore Ave. 9. Arthur's Birds 10. Gordon 11. Bern Rhythm 12. Felt Tip 13. King Bathtub 14. My Whole Life 15. Long Distance (feat. Gaby Hernandez) 16. Why Like This? 17. Humming Birds 18. Autumn Antique. Immediate download of -track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Purchasable with gift card.
Ardour is the first studio album from Teebs, released on Brainfeeder on October 19, 2010. It was described by Kristina Benson of LA Weekly as "one of the most delicate and lovely albums of the year". Jeff Weiss of Los Angeles Times said, "it's one of the most anticipated records within the Los Angeles beat community".
Teebs - Ardour There's some music that's just so beautiful that it takes hold of you and doesn't ever let go-but, like the sun, stare into its gaze too long and you'll go blind. This is a conundrum that Teebs' debut album Ardour wrestles with through its significant running time. Whether or not it comes out a winner is a hard thing to discern while your head is still spinning. Ardour is one of the most beautiful albums of the year, alternating between trembling lullabies and softly thumping hip-hop daydreams.
Released October 19, 2010. 1. You've Changed Lyrics.
Label: Brainfeeder – BF010. Ever notice the album art? Painted over LP sleeves. CL 1229 & CS 8652 are prominent in the gatefold art. Tony Bennett - 'Tony's Greatest Hits' 1958.
Teebs has been billed as someone who benefits from his dues-paying backstory. Run in certain beat-geek circles, and you might start getting an idea of what his deal is just from those details. Here's what I mean: try and focus on a specific instrument when you listen to an individual track, and you'll discover that Teebs' manipulation has rendered it into something unexpected. It was described by Kristina Benson of LA Weekly as "one of the most delicate and lovely albums of the year"