VNDL :: Brelkal (The Irrational Media Society)

The musical identity guarantees a dynamic blend of influences for an original sound excursion through calmly floating, mysteriously thrilling soundscapes sustained by dynamic electro rhythmical patterns in a futuristic and enigmatic groovy mood.

VNDL :: Brelkal

VNDL is a sound art and abstract minimal ambient project formed by the Montréal based electronic sound designer Philippe Vandal. After two notable albums published by Hymen Records, VNDL offers here a new release on vinyl, signed by the adventurous exp-techno orientated label The irrational Media Society.

Once more the musical identity guarantees a dynamic blend of influences for an original sound excursion through calmly floating, mysteriously thrilling soundscapes sustained by dynamic electro rhythmical patterns in a futuristic and enigmatic groovy mood. All tracks are built around a sonic tapestry of complex smoothing textures, articulated by digitized driven pulses. Great hypnotic vibes emanate from the sonorous assemblage with a gorgeously rhythm-scaping shimmer. This new release is a fine example of meticulously detailed micro-sonic ambiences in modern electronica.

Brelkal is an expressive and impressive IDM-glitch ambient album, released in a very classic refined way and which admits a serious comparison with best represents of the genre: from Murcof, Bola, Hecq, Andrew Johnson to Fennesz and Autechre. From a more personal angle the musical tendency admits a constant inclination for conceptual electroacoustic experiments that will ravish fans of cerebral sound manifestations, curious audio documents written by the GRM or by diverse Sonic art laboratories.

Brelkal represents advanced post-techno minimal wave at its more engaging moments. Solidly recommended listening for passionate listeners of downtempo music (IDM, glitch) and kinetic electro-inflected experimentations.

Brelkal is available on Irrational Media Society.

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