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2 reviews »Here's another CD on the Twice Removed label and this one is by Ryonkt who runs the Slow Flow Rec label and has chucked releases out on Experimedia, The Land Of, Students Of Decay, Smallfish, Hibernate, Under The Spire and loads more. He's a popular lad for sure! He specialises in drone music and Troposphere doesn't vary too much from that palette. Warm sounding rich layered texture drones a ... »

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Troposphere by Ryonkt
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 08 February 2012

Here's another CD on the Twice Removed label and this one is by Ryonkt who runs the Slow Flow Rec label and has chucked releases out on Experimedia, The Land Of, Students Of Decay, Smallfish, Hibernate, Under The Spire and loads more. He's a popular lad for sure! He specialises in drone music and Troposphere doesn't vary too much from that palette. Warm sounding rich layered texture drones are filling my headphones and are proper calming me down (which I could do with today). The album comes in 6 parts (more accurately the music does, not the packaging!) and musically it doesn't really digress too much. Each part is slightly different but they're all lush sounding drone pieces and once they've kicked in they just get more and more intense until you feel so calm your limbs are finally ready to separate from your body. That's just what you want from a CD...


10/10 sissygeek Customer review, 29th March 2014

A road trip occurred, yet was somehow kept from public knowledge--involving Ken Kesey, Stan Brakhage, Phill Niblock (or was it Eliane Radigue?) and an unnamed personage--rumored to be the illegitimate child of Federico García Lorca and Amelia Earhart. This recording is the only artifact which remains from their journey. If you can locate this modern-day Grail, guard it with joyous abandon and partake jealously [daily: at least!] of its deeply microtonal shimmer. It's been said Delysid™ was the key to passing through the intermediate states with karma--or was it dharma?--intact; who has time for all those years of meditation? They were wrong. Play twice before listening. At elevated but not painful volume.


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