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Contemplative moods dominate the Portland, Oregon musician Emancipator's chilled downtempo debut, whose muted melodies, acoustic textures, and largely instrumental arrangements suggest a decidedly pastoral air. Bittersweet violin lends an old-timey feel to "Lionheart" and "Anthem," and the ambient drones of "The Darkest Evening of the Year" evoke both winter's chill and the fire that keeps it at bay. "Eve" flirts with buoyant drum 'n' bass rhythms, and "When I Go" teases an ethereal vocal sample that's blissful and bittersweet at the same time.

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Love it.

Greatest music in existence.


One of the greatest chill albums ever.


This album is a masterpiece and it's a shame that Emancipator is not more well known. All of the songs put you in a delightful mood and will send chills down your spine. It is also perfect backround music for when your mind is heavily occupied. This album definitely deserves 5 stars.


Born: May 27, 1987 in New York, NY

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Emancipator is the stage name of Doug Appling, a Portland-based downtempo electronic music producer and multi-instrumentalist whose self-released recordings and extensive touring schedule, often including music festivals, have gained him an international fan base. Emancipator's debut album Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, a wintry mix of intricate beats and atmospheric textures featuring violinist Cindy Kao and guest vocalist Thao Nguyen, was self-released in 2006, later re-released by Japanese label...
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