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Album Review

Surprise released at the end of November in 2016, Burial's Young Death / Nightmarket carries the distinction of being Hyperdub's 100th catalog entry. Like the elusive artist's previous EPs, the two tracks here are filled with crackling sounds, pitch-shifted voices, and subdued atmospheres. They play like dream sequences rather than club tracks, and this one is less dance-minded than most Burial releases. "Young Death" features a shimmering electro pulse for its first four minutes, but its ending is slower and trippier, filled with sinister laughing voices and thunder clouds. "Nightmarket" is closer to ambient, only barely flirting with a beat at one point. Its chilly melody ebbs and flows throughout the first half, and it changes into something different during the second. Compared to more dramatic Burial EPs like Kindred and the utterly devastating Rival Dealer (one of the decade's best releases, full stop), this one might seem a bit underwhelming. It may not be as riveting or intense, but it still has the unmistakable Burial sound and it's still unpredictable, so it's still well worth the listener's time.

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Nightmarket is a ominously beautiful track!

I was waiting patiently for Burial's next release and it's everything I wanted to listen too. Nightmarket is excellent!

Another fantastic release

King Burial is back

Welcome back William Bevan :)

Evasive U.K. dubstepper known as Burial returns with a couple more eclectic tracks. Both sound laid back and sustained still incorporating the scratchy crackle and chill atmosphere we all live by him. My personal fav is Nightmarket. Love the progressive synth play in it. Hope to see more seductive works in the future :)

Biography

Born: London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Anonymity was part of the initial lure of Burial, a dubstep producer from London. "I love...old jungle and garage tunes, when you didn't know anything about them, and nothing was between you and the tunes," Burial was quoted as saying in a rare interview (The Guardian, October 26, 2007). "I liked the mystery; it was more scary and sexy, the opposite of other music." Anonymity, of course, has long been a quality positively associated with electronic music, going back to early years of Detroit techno,...
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