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‘Nite-Glo’ is the latest release from Stellar OM Source, the musical brainchild of French born electro producer and visual artist Christelle Gauldi. Gauldi’s unique voice comes from the bridge between her formal training in electroacoustic composition and her coming up through the DIY electro synth scene of the 2000’s. Her compositions are both rhythmically meditative and powerfully emotionally mindful with an incredibly delicate sense of space.

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Nite-Glo by Stellar OM Source
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8/10 Laurie Staff review, 22 May 2015

Remember when day-glo was a thing? Sickly, brighter than bright versions of pedestrian colours would adorn jackets, glow sticks and paints that you could just about throw over anything and transform it into a DANGER sign. It’s sort of surprising that it took so long for the techno community to take these iconic rave shades and turn them upside down, but here we are - Nite-Glo.

Christelle Gauldi’s Stellar OM Source silence has been broken by this Nite-Glo, a reasonably lengthy 12” covering some seriously bubbling cosmic acid ground, terrain formed from shifting drum grooves and weird post-rave synth lines beamed in from outer Paris, where she learned the electroacoustic ropes before being drawn inescapably to dance. There are nasty 303s, particularly in final track ‘Sure’ which revolves around this hallowed synth until some chill Detroit chords join and Gauldi’s mastery becomes apparent, rising to an intense peak near the end. The flow in each tune is gradual and logical, helped along by the intuitive orchestra of hardware she has at her disposal, in a mobile studio according to the press info. Some sweet mid-paced acid with a hint of space, what more could you want? Maybe a Nolan film with this as the soundtrack? “Cmon TARS, lets spin some discs.” Yeah, right.


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