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More windy drones here, this time from Brendan Murray who's apparently carved these immense isolationist monoliths solely from the voice of a fella by the name of Noell Dorsey. The sinister thing is that you can just about make out some tiny sliver of that human source, processed to the point where I can't help but imagine terrifying corpselike mutations dragging their way across a post-nuclear wa ...

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Split by Brendan Murray / Perispirit
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 19 March 2010
More windy drones here, this time from Brendan Murray who's apparently carved these immense isolationist monoliths solely from the voice of a fella by the name of Noell Dorsey. The sinister thing is that you can just about make out some tiny sliver of that human source, processed to the point where I can't help but imagine terrifying corpselike mutations dragging their way across a post-nuclear wasteland. That's me not sleeping tonight (again). Perispirit sounds like a brand of deodorant but it's actually the duo of Ricardo Donoso and Luke Moldorf. Their piece goes a little harsher, with noise clusters crashing against each other before dissipating into cold, melodic synth tones then re-turning on a sixpence back to the chaos. I like!

8/10 HumanKitten Customer review,

Brendan Murray's piece is the standout here, and as the previous reviewer stated, a little disturbing. Snippets of human pain processed almost past the point of recognition, it had me in tears after a minute and a half. But amazing, and I'll definitely be looking into more of Murray's stuff. The Perispirit track is delicate, surrounded by lo-fi static (can you get high fidelity static?!) but nothing I haven't heard before, and better. Sorry, Perispirit. :(


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