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  1. Mar 21,  · Drumming the Beating Heart demonstrates new wave instrumentation, post punk ideology and art rock lyrics. “Closed and smiling, crimped at the corners, transient in flight: rain, splash at me, serves as a reminder of real and vital life. Softly you go to transport far from gloom.” But sound is so cold – often colder than a cold wave/5().
  2. Listen free to Eyeless in Gaza – drumming the beating heart (Transience Blues, ill-wind blows and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  3. Eyeless In Gaza Drumming the Beating Heart (BRED 36, July 30 , Lp) Review 1. Eyeless In Gaza music may not engender any conventional excitement – it’s bleak and austere, existential angst meets John Keats sort of thing – but Martyn Bates and Peter Becker weave their poetic, if simple, lyrics through a synthesizer landscape which is sometimes breathtakingly beautiful and never jarring.
  4. Drumming the Beating Heart is OK, but to my ears, not up to Pale Hands or Caught In Flux. From memory it is the start of a period when EIG wanted to move to a more commercial sound, which for me, they werent really suited to. That said, there is still some good stuff on it.4/5(5).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Drumming The Beating Heart on Discogs/5(13).
  6. On "Drumming The Beating Heart", Eyeless In Gaza's third long player, Martyn Bates and Peter Becker go about exploiting the more pastoral and laidback qualities of the Others and Invisibility singles, while side-stepping the failed experiments in sound and texture which blighted most of the duo's previous "Caught In Flux" album.6/
  7. Drumming the Beating Heart is the fifth album by English band Eyeless in Gaza, released in by record label Cherry Red. Recorded and Produced at Woodbine Street Recording.
  8. Jul 21,  · It is because the round form of the drum represents the whole universe, and its steady strong beat is the pulse, the heart, throbbing at the center of the universe. It is the voice of Wakan Tanka (Great Spirit), and this sound stirs us and helps us to understand the mystery and power of all things.”.

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