peterMann :: On The Go (Carpal Tunnel)

Like dedicated servers humming in the background emitting their warm buzz of clicks, sizzles and static flows. On The Go presents hypnotizing bass and a maturation of sound that grows from the opening phases through its eventual closure.

PeterMann 'On The Go'

PeterMann ‘On The Go’

[Releases page] peterMann extrapolates the industrial drone of machinery operating at full capacity throughout On The Go, released on Carpal Tunnel. Like dedicated servers humming in the background emitting their warm buzz of clicks, sizzles and static flows, On The Go presents hypnotizing bass and a maturation of sound that grows from the opening phases through its eventual closure. There are a few underwater life forms made from an assortment of metals trying to communicate on “Og05” and “Og09″—a cyclic rotation of hiss’n bliss. Rhythm and coherence in song-structure comes into fruition on “Og06” and “Og08” where electrical pulses flicker and a pattern begins to emerge from a stream of manipulated audio snips. Overall you’ll witness an undulating, almost turbulent series of experiments that are at once seemingly connected in a wash of subdued analog debris. Blurry and filled with mechanical tones, peterMann delivers an aural landscape of stretched electronic emmisions set for a distant galaxy.

On The Go is available on Carpal Tunnel. [Releases page]

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