Biosphere, one of Touch’s big ambient players, shares an LP with Deathprod, currently of Supersilent and formerly of Motorpsycho. Interestingly for a split release, the artists alternate tracks, which juxtaposes their sounds together, each bringing out new angles from the other. Premium Norwegian electronic sound.
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9/10 Tony Y. Customer review, 22nd November 2016
Both with extensive solo releases, dramatically approaching music from opposite ends of the scale; I was more than interested to see how these two would fair on collaboration. As it happens, this isn't the case; as this is a collection of individual tracks to make up a full-length album.
As a concept, influences surrounding the engineering perspective of rotary machines and generators and axial flow compressor blades, may not conjure up anything of worth to the outside listener; and regardless of subject matter, it is the music that matters the most.
Intricate harmonics, clever distortions and grinding purrs work well among a bed of airy ambient and surprisingly summer tinged tones; that pass over into Autumn leaves falling before the dusk of winter frost. A great deal of patience and space is key to sitting this one out from start to finish; however, the results if you are of that temperament, are ultimately rewarding.
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