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Its a risk for Phil to give me all the 'difficult' records this week but I like a challenge so here goes. First up Henrik Rylander who from the sleeve is a very intense man with a terrifying stare. The first track ‘Object’ is comprised of a two note fuzzy low end drone going back and forth back and forth but underneath is the sound of distant heavy machinery cutting into the mix, a hi ...

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Object Subject To Change by Henrik Rylander
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 13 March 2014

Its a risk for Phil to give me all the 'difficult' records this week but I like a challenge so here goes.

First up Henrik Rylander who from the sleeve is a very intense man with a terrifying stare. The first track ‘Object’ is comprised of a two note fuzzy low end drone going back and forth back and forth but underneath is the sound of distant heavy machinery cutting into the mix, a high end whine completes the macabre choir. On ‘Subject’ we get a metronomic pulse couples with swabs of feedback. Each track is slow moving yet ever shifting as subtleties are brought into the mix to keep your ear alert.

On the flip ‘To’ has a much noisier appeal, sounding like a segment of the early Swans live experience titling back and forth on a seesaw. The closing ‘Change’ is a sub bass rumble increasingly engulfed by scree.  Not an impossible listen actually and there is a thread running through each track of two note minimalism and shifting feedback.


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