Huron :: The Other Side of Reality (Raumklang)

Sharp edges, fluid rhythms, mechanical pulses, chiseled percussion and a darkened veil surround these dozen tracks that spark, reflect and ricochet in every direction.

Huron (aka Steffen Schröder) yields other worldly electrical distortion, post-industrialism and atmospheric noise with audible particulate debris on his latest with Raumklang. In a void somewhere between Access To Arasaka and Dryft, The Other Side of Reality is an emotive galactic blend displaying broken star clusters that have coalesced into a tethered and glitchy fabric. Ambient shards tossed around and configured into dark matter have maneuvered Huron’s sound sculptures into magnetized form, swirling into and out of each other with ease. Sharp edges, fluid rhythms, mechanical pulses, chiseled percussion and a darkened veil surround these dozen tracks that spark, reflect and ricochet in every direction. Released in October 2013, Huron takes the listener to the other side of reality and delivers an impacting and effective post-industrial sonic nebula.

The Other Side of Reality is available on Raumklang.

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