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1 review »That Nackt Insecten LP on Blackest Rainbow from a few months back was really cool so I picked up the 'A Site Specific Piece Of Avant-Garde Sound Art, Nothing To Be Worried About / Corridor Voyager (Quantum Odyssey II)' 7" and CD set anticipating something equally as satisfying and I'm pleased to report that what I'm currently hearing is quite fantastic. I'm playing the CD which is studio reco ... »

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  • / 7"/CD set on Memoirs Of An Aesthete - EDN of 200

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A Site Specific Piece Of Avant-Garde Sound Art, Nothing To Be Worried About / Corridor Voyager (Quantum Odyssey II) by Nackt Insecten
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 11 June 2009
That Nackt Insecten LP on Blackest Rainbow from a few months back was really cool so I picked up the 'A Site Specific Piece Of Avant-Garde Sound Art, Nothing To Be Worried About / Corridor Voyager (Quantum Odyssey II)' 7" and CD set anticipating something equally as satisfying and I'm pleased to report that what I'm currently hearing is quite fantastic. I'm playing the CD which is studio recordings from this "one man kosmische metal space ritual project" Under the feedback there are some really gentle and quite beautiful sounds. The second track is based around a hypnotic percussion loop that eventually becomes trance inducing. The third track is fairly minimal with a drone and lots of twinkling bells/ percussion. The last tune is probably my favourite. A deep heady mix of drones and electronics. A really colourful number that makes me wanna close my eyes and get right in there but unfortunately there is work to be done. The 7" is made of recordings from live performance on Glasgow tube trains during the Instal festival and the title refers to what a member of the audience told a traveller that got a little freaked out by Ruaradidh Sanachen's sonic antics. Comes with Glasgow underground tube ticket! On Memoirs Of An Aesthete.

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