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1 review »OK, first up... I'm not all that familiar with this label or the artists that feature on this CD but I applaud any label still working in the medium of tape, even if I'm only privy to the end-of-year CD compilation. So this is a collection of tracks taken from various cassette splits released back in 2009 all packaged up in what is effectively a label sampler. Acre kicks things of with a dense syn ... »

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  • OMS-B-023 / CD on Oms-B inclues Acres, Yellow Crystal Star etc

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A Collection of 23C Cassette Splits in 2009 released by Oms-b by Various
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 22 December 2010

OK, first up... I'm not all that familiar with this label or the artists that feature on this CD but I applaud any label still working in the medium of tape, even if I'm only privy to the end-of-year CD compilation. So this is a collection of tracks taken from various cassette splits released back in 2009 all packaged up in what is effectively a label sampler. Acre kicks things of with a dense synth drone of epic proportions. Nice to hear a little electronic drone and this one is real thick and textured like. Next up, it's Pariah Veil who treat us to some heady oppressive drones that remind me of the sounds you expect to hear on the Holodeck, all low hums and static. These powerful tones occasionally decay into slightly more peaceful territory only to be interrupted by random outbursts of cheeky noise. Yellow Crystal Star contribute six mysterious, inventive and refreshingly quirky pieces to the mix that vary in length and style. They are the pick of the bunch. Cornelius F. Van Stafrin III has got a long ass name and an organic style that verges on the metallic and industrial. It's all bowed cymbals and harsh feedbacks. Bill Doob surprises with a selection of cut up tape loops that are a refreshing change the bevvy of serious dronage around nowadays. Funny too. 'You wanna go see the doggies?' Last up it's SisSisters who use a Lowrey Organ to produce a meditative drone clocking in at an immense sixteen minutes. This is a peaceful ending to a sprawling selection of good time madness.


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