beatless

beatless

(ˈbiːtlɪs)
adj
without a beat, not beating
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They were playing beatless synth music and the crowd was going insane.
It takes full advantage of the scope of the LP format, ebbing and flowing between deep house club ready gems and more restrained and meditative beatless moments for the morning after.
Chache also serves as the Poet Laureate of the City of East Palo Alto, California (1983); Recording Artist with the Sons and Daughters of Lite, Daughters of Lite, and the Beatless DJ Group for Ubiquity Records (2000); Solo Recording Artist on the Undercurrent Records label for the National Black United Front (1984--1987) and SONWA Records (2015).
A few months ago, Marshall Mathers delivered a four-and-a-half-minute, beatless rap freestyle attacking US President Donald Trump's rule.
enjoying second as a The event on August 14 will run from 5-10pm, with two stages - a main stage where Martha, Tony, The Beatless (Beatles tribute), Keshia and more will perform - and an acoustic stage with singer/songwriters including Joe Crookall, who recently wowed the crowds at the Tom Jones gig.
Where that album was largely beatless, set adrift on waves of queasy static and hum, Syro is heavy on the rhythm, bubbling with synthetic percussion, rolling on hip-hop breakbeats and pummeling techno thumps, while each track title is a functional file name incorporating its own beats-per-minute count in brackets.
In the past, extreme metal used beatless electronic tapestries almost exclusively as album-opening and -closing intros and outros.
The idea of 'beatless music', in which no regular pulse exists, had occurred to Grainger as early as 1899 when he began experiments into 'music in which no standard duration of beat occurs, but in which all rhythms are free, without beat cohesion between the various polyphonic parts'.(20) Vaguely defined though it was, the idea would appear to be that standard rhythmic patterns would be overcome through the density and equality of the polyphonic texture.
Opening with the almost sprightly though plainly melancholy "Disorder" and ending with the beatless and desolate "I Remember Nothing" (on which the sounds of breaking bottles are juxtaposed with lines like "Violent, more violent, his hand grips the chair"), Vnhuram Pleasures is like a descent from a grey and rainy street down a damp and black staircase into a miserable and poorly-lit basement.
"If you're into this sort of music, you will clutch this new release to your beatless heart in intense joy.
He and Simon left the Jaguers and joined the tribute band The Beatless. They travelled all over the world with them from 1992 to 2002, gigging at Christmas in St Petersburg and playing in Beirut - "which was a strange place to play Beatles music," he said.
WHILE their first album, Felt Mountain, was a beatless ode to folkiness, Black Cherry was filled with sex, disco, glam rock and '80s electronica.