Post Tagged with: "Abstrakt Reflections"

MacroNoise :: Caravan Planet EP (Abstrakt Reflections)

Caravan Planet slides by gently, causing very little clutter for the minds ear, and elicits a meandering electrical calm worth diving into. A synaptic pulse, groove, and chilled vibration occurs on Caravan Planet, immediately found on “Ligeia” where a mirage of snappy beatwork, far-out vocal streams and melodies drifting in the breeze reminscent of early […]

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Lokom :: Nyctalope Ponies (Abstrakt Reflections)

Lokom succeeds in crafting a maze of extraterrestrial glitch, adding some friends on remix duty—including Balkansky, c0ma, DaFake Panda, Andrew Course, Ralp, The Ghost of 3.13—and punishes the floor with anxiety-driven ferocity. Grenoble, France-based Lokom album titled Sweet Home And Gasoline (Kaometry, 2014) was noted as “An engrossing and screeching cacophony of percussive annihilation for ear, mind […]

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Flint Kids :: Sancerre EP (Abstrakt Reflections)

Expanding from bass-heavy turbulence to a gritty electrical traverse and spacious sonic revisions, Sancerre is an engaged backdrop to spinning Neutron stars. Offering slabs of classical glitch maneuvers on “GeeBee,” time slithers by unknowingly while the title track pulls and contorts itself. Crunched up beat patterns emerge then submerge, tangle and flutter like scattering protons. […]

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LPF12 :: Rising Through Barricades (The Crime League)

Rising Through Barricades is a mysteriously evanescent, naturalistic and ethereal ambient album which gives a main importance to rhythmical experimentation, incorporating endlessly moving and majestically meditative guitar detached motifs. LPF12 is the multifaceted spacey kinetic soundscaping project of Sascha Lemon from Berlin, Germany. This project has been extremely prolific and durably creative since the beginning […]

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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 […]

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