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Spectrum Spools has been releasing some pretty amazing material since its inception and 'Elemental Disgrace' by Hive Mind seems to be a recording they hold in very high regard. Considered to be one of the main inspirations for the formation of the label Hive Mind's work appears to be the nexus of synthesiser experimentation. 'Elemental Disgrace' doesn't share much in common with previous rel ...

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Elemental Disgrace by Hive Mind
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 28 October 2011

Spectrum Spools has been releasing some pretty amazing material since its inception and 'Elemental Disgrace' by Hive Mind seems to be a recording they hold in very high regard. Considered to be one of the main inspirations for the formation of the label Hive Mind's work appears to be the nexus of synthesiser experimentation. 'Elemental Disgrace' doesn't share much in common with previous releases and is a record free of any of the typical trappings of an electronic record. There's no arpeggios, no soaring synth parts, no astral wig-outs and cosmic melodies, just a reworking of the original principles of Drone and Kosmische taken to the next logical extreme. These synth tones bubble and squeak their way into your subconscious, the deep tunnel drones bore deep into the psyche and the constantly evolving timbres sound more like natural phenomena as opposed to considered composition. Like a field recording of the various swamp lands and desert plains of Tatooine. Whoever this dude is (Greg Holger is his name), he should be working in the movies not making records. Well, he can do that too if he wants as he's pretty good at it.



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