Cyger :: Deep Space Mining (Rednetic)

A welcomed retreat, one that lifts off and doesn’t intend to return any time soon. Techno in its organic state, one that transforms, altering visual and audible perception. A visceral, surreal, and energetic musical universe of sound.

Deep Space Mining, perhaps the most on-point album title of 2017, Cyger is a collaboration between Cyan341 and Langer, both previously releasing music on Uncharted Audio. Here they combine forces for the Rednetic catalog and as result, forty-two continuous minutes are shed. A futuristic world run by cybernetic beings is launched as synthesizers intermingle with minimal techno, industrial-dub, and hefty 4×4 low-riding thumps to set the stage.

DSM straddles the line between a yet to be made sci-fi soundtrack and the theme of a late night abandoned warehouse party. Rugged, machined beats take over the majority of this recording, or shall we say mix? Just enough breathing room is interspersed, where the artists finagle their way through streams of glitch effects and atmospheric undertones. What one can take away from DSM is a sense of movement, the ability to keep the listeners’ ear as each transmission melts into the other, seamlessly. Tectonic plates shift, merge, and assimilate as a molten audio symphony blends Detroit and Berlin-tinged techno in parallel formation.

DSM is a welcomed retreat, one that lifts off and doesn’t intend to return any time soon. Techno in its organic state, one that transforms, altering visual and audible perception. A visceral, surreal, and energetic musical universe of sound.

Deep Space Mining is available on Rednetic.

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