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Having visited the glorious country of New Zealand I was able to relish the deep tranquility & otherworldliness of the place for almost a month, a treasured experience I can tell thee! I can understand the Kiwi take on the ambient/drone/noise genre a lot greater now (many pioneers of the scene hail from this remote part of the world, no doubt influenced by their spacious & desolate surroun ...

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8/10 Brian Staff review, 14 February 2008
Having visited the glorious country of New Zealand I was able to relish the deep tranquility & otherworldliness of the place for almost a month, a treasured experience I can tell thee! I can understand the Kiwi take on the ambient/drone/noise genre a lot greater now (many pioneers of the scene hail from this remote part of the world, no doubt influenced by their spacious & desolate surroundings & close proximity to wondrous natural habitat of all kinds. Sunken are from those isles and make a soothing racket that veers from fuzzy, warm noise to space invaders taking accordion lessons! Forward into cyclic loops that are overlaid with a sinister wall of creaking, malevolent sounds and lo-fi distortion, like a radio being tuned by a extra terrestrial monster with a passion for post-industrial static manipulations. Then the (tuneful & drifting) accordions creep in again! On the last piece you get treated to some wild, meandering free psych guitar played by a space octopus on shark-crack. Sounds like the corpse of Jimi, mutated into a squalling mind shagger from Mars. This is the sound of the underground indeed. 3 tracks that take you underwater & then up into a woozy place in the heavens! 'Eye Electric Organ' is a great little CD, constructed with a fair amount of love. I'm always curious about drone music & this is a sweet addition to anyone's collection. Like a more lo-fi Growing perhaps or for anyone curious about the new generation of New Zealand's ambient spacedrone producers!

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