Logue is six tracks of melancholic electronica reminiscent of Cocteau Twins, Fra Lippo Lippi, and Dead Can Dance. It’s a sad album overall, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have uptempo tracks as well as downtempo ones.
It’s sometimes surprising how periods of darkness give birth to so much light. Logue is a collection of hopeful and melodic electronica informed by 1980s new wave tunes and minimal chord patterns, but born out of a dark period of loss and longing. Catharsis in melody, hope in creation, urban melancholia in the extreme, but spiritual reinvigoration as well.
Included in the release are 3 remixes by fellow QED artists DemoLee and Evo Evolver.
And created especially for this release are 3 variant covers by Multimedia Artists from the De La Salle College of Saint Benilde (Philippines): Rico Tecson, Jerome Marco and Drei Bustos.
- FILE UNDER: new wave, synthpop, electronica, downtempo
- DETAILS: Six MP3s at 192 kbps. 44.1kHz stereo | Total Running Time: 27:55 | Released: May 26, 2007
- DOWNLOAD: Entire EP as a single ZIP FILE (37.78 MB)– from Archive.org