VNDL :: Something for Someone (Abstrakt Reflections)

Not entirely drenched in diluted noise, each of the six pieces are meticulously threaded with dozens of textured sounds—often crumpling and overlapping each other until they burst.

Diving head first into a mass of fluctuated guitar plucks, VNDL manipulates everyday sound sources—dabbling into experiments with instruments, broken synthesizers, dizzying beatwork and stormy winds cascading in the background. Not entirely drenched in diluted noise, each of the six pieces are meticulously threaded with dozens of textured sounds—often crumpling and overlapping each other until they burst. Set for a future world filled with extraterrestrial communications, Access To Arasaka also stops by to display distressed frequency oscillations on “960BXK;” a surreal electrical storm of chopped percussion and rhythmical pulses. Overall, VNDL’s debut extended player is fully formed—detailing organic layers of turbulent electronics with an ebb and flow that begs repeated listening.

Something for Someone is available on Abstrakt Reflections.

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