Bogmon remixed :: Echoes in the Void (Buried In Time)

Making a fine soundtrack to 1AM pit-stops at your local coffee bar or chillout lounge, Echoes in the Void bounces off the walls creating a surplus of extraterrestrial electro, downbeat fragments of groove and glitch surrounded by a cosmos of pleasant distortion.

Echoes in the Void[Release page] A Scream in the Void (Buried In Time, 2011) manifested smothered electro contortions that also yielded dub effects throughout its disjointed yet captivating motion blur. This audible scream has echoed in the void and hailed like-minded individuals to recalibrate the frequencies in 2013 including Ignatius, Databrokers (a relatively new collaboration between b0t23 and EVAC), Gasp, Senor Frio, Scifisol and a Bogmon reprise. What is unearthed is a downbeat voyage through curious, low-rumbling distractions.

Predominately drenched in downtempo exp-electro, melodic washes, emotive rhythms and clean cut low-end vibrations, Buried In Time has once again managed to collect the finest in the field to dissect Bogmon‘s audio sculptures. Rather than coming across as individual versions, each slice of sonic coherence mirrors the previous, and yet they are also independently vivid, laid-back and engaging on their own. Beat, bass and melodics are splashed around with an emphasis on rhythm. Ignatius travels down submerged data-shuffling pathways, Senor Frio refracts sound through eerily hypnotic caverns, the “Void Reprise” tranquilizes with harmonic basslines and emotive layering, Squiddhartha rattles synth-lines and minimal electro, Gasp distorts bass’n beat to extreme effect, Scifisol elaborates on upbeat transmissions through time, space, and chilled atmospheres, and Databrokers inhabits an alien world filled with buzzing DSP, scorched percussion and refined glitch echoes. It’s quite an avalanche of electrical activity to say the least.

Making a fine soundtrack to 1AM pit-stops at your local coffee bar or chillout lounge, Echoes in the Void bounces off the walls creating a surplus of extraterrestrial electro, downbeat fragments of groove’n glitch surrounded by a cosmos of pleasant distortion. An essential listening experience.

Echoes in the Voidis available on Buried In Time. [Release page]

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