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With a name like Ommm you'd expect this to be a calming, meditative record, wouldn't you? Well you can give up on that dream right now because this is actually a mind-boggling bit of experimentation for four-track and drum machine, which pushes the limits of tape decay and analogue distortion into unsettling alien realms.   There's a constant hiss and flutter of static throughout, sometimes ...

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Parallel Lines Converge by oMMM
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7/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 21 May 2014
With a name like Ommm you'd expect this to be a calming, meditative record, wouldn't you? Well you can give up on that dream right now because this is actually a mind-boggling bit of experimentation for four-track and drum machine, which pushes the limits of tape decay and analogue distortion into unsettling alien realms.   There's a constant hiss and flutter of static throughout, sometimes sitting softly in the background, but at other times one of the primary components of the sound, with the strangely twitching drum machine trapped deep inside it. At times there's some modular-sounding bleeps and squiggles but even these studiously avoid anything resembling a groove or a melody.   It's like the muffled and confusing sounds you might hear from the car boot you're tied up and blindfolded in after being abducted by Clangers. Baffling stuff.


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