Ltd 3" CD on Ferns Recordings.
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This single track clocks in at just under 21 minutes and is much in the same spirit as Chris Watson and BJ Nilsen's Storm album on Touch. It being Storm recordings captured throughout 2009-2010 at locations around Oregon USA. Menche layers up the recordings of these natural phenomena building a densely textured piece full of unique rhythms, howls and gurgles. The clarity of the recordings is super-pro and expertly capture the brutal and mesmerising algorithms that exist in forces way beyond our control. I find the audio deeply comforting although I'm fairly sure that I would shit my pants in the real eye of the storm. What stands out is Daniel's appreciation of rhythm and harmonics coupled with his ear for layering source material to create something entirely new. I really love the way the intensity builds and things get all clanky and metallic sounding… Never heard a duff release from the man yet and for me he always delivers. If you dug his recent-ish Katarakt release on Editions Mego then this comes highly recommended.
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