Headphone Science :: Raumdämonen (Enpeg)

Minimalistic flux and the continual push of low-traveling emissions has Headphone Science bypassing the beaten path and falling straight into a pool of submerged buzz-drones that keep clicking away at the surface.

Headphone Science 'Raumdämonen'

[Release page] Imaginary soundtracks to a medieval flight through time and space; various, subtle chants, sporadic strands of unintelligible electrical debris, and an auditory scan through life, Raumdämonen is Dustin Craig’s latest musical stint as Headphone Science. After having our ears completely wrapped around the now three-year old minimally introspective-dub of Painted with Symbolic Interaction (2008), Headphone Science is back to animate more of these peculiar implosions of sound.

Speckles of noise, chaos and derailed experiments roll across the floor with bass-laden undercurrents. Perhaps the artists’ intent, but each track dispels clutter with a sense of unified layering. Spacious flows of analogous tones flutter about like children in a playground; spinning in circles without any stress or concern. Eight tracks run tangent to Morton Subotnick’s “Silver Apples of the Moon” with a more organic mood allowing each piece to flourish in its own vein. Minimalistic flux and the continual push of low-traveling emissions has Headphone Science bypassing the beaten path and falling straight into a pool of submerged buzz-drones that keep clicking away at the surface.

Raumdämonen is out now on Enpeg and also comes with a gratis Otto Gross Returns!!! EP; yet another raw-energy blaze of fuzzy machinery and drenched, low-frequency flickering worth your time (and space). [Release page]

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