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Over the last couple of years this guy has been making a name for himself with a whole ton of releases in a relatively short period of time. Making CDr appearances on Blackest Rainbow, Striate Cortex, Reverb Worship, Frequent Sea, Moribund Tree etc. From the backwards synth machinations of opener 'Life Without' things head into the blissed out classic ambient mode of 'Dominion' onto the frantic mu ...

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Exile by Mark Bradley
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 18 November 2010

Over the last couple of years this guy has been making a name for himself with a whole ton of releases in a relatively short period of time. Making CDr appearances on Blackest Rainbow, Striate Cortex, Reverb Worship, Frequent Sea, Moribund Tree etc. From the backwards synth machinations of opener 'Life Without' things head into the blissed out classic ambient mode of 'Dominion' onto the frantic muted hi-hats and mysterious soundscapes of 'On The Run'. By the time we reach the spooked futurisms of 'Prisoner Of Conscience' it's clear that this is a cerebral journey that wont let go. The title track's floating tones and drones give way to the ultra-stoned electro of 'Statelessness' before things get even more slow motion and drugged out on 'Stranded'. 'Under The Falling Stars' gets dark and cosmic with the synthetic sounds of amplified wind and cascading waves. Finally 'Drifting Dreamless' is magnificently vivid with lush kosmische style synthesizer orchestrations and Radiophonic bleeps and textures. A ride well worth jumping on for sure.


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