Post Tagged with: "Cor Bolten"

Roel Funcken :: Balaklavskiy prospex (Funckarma.com)

Balaklavskiy prospex generates just as much energy as the nearest supernova remnants, and is perhaps best suited as the backdrop to these spectacular events. Roel Funcken, probably the most prolific musician of abstract electronic music this side of the galaxy, continues his foray into mind-altering sonic extractions. Balaklavskiy prospex bends and twists its way through […]

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Legiac :: The Voynich Manuscript (Dronarivm)

Legiac leave behind their beat-driven past and evolve into pure ambience. Legiac have put together a lovely release on the Russian Dronarivm label, which finds Roel Funcken and Cor Bolten leaving behind both one Funcken brother and all trace of the crunchy, glitchy beatwork which characterized earlier releases. This new edition, named after “an early […]

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Legiac :: The Faex Has Decimated (Tympanik Audio)

It hits so hard and sounds so ear-ticklingly right… There was a time when it seemed like the Funcken brothers released a new album monthly. Under one of their many aliases (Quench, Funckarma, Cane), singly or as collaborations with other artists (Dif:use, Shadow Huntaz), then between 2001 and somewhere around 2006 the joints dropped fast […]

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Roel Funcken :: Mercury Retrograde (Schematic Music Company)

As the experimental envelop is torn to shreds, Roel Funken offers the Schematic team a futuristic balance of primed electronics tied to leftfield dub extracts and leaves listeners to decipher for themselves how these frequency ranges will interact with their lives. [Release page] There’s really no stopping the Funcken brothers. As Don steps back for […]

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V/A :: When Light’s Drillin’ The Haze (Chroniques électroniques)

Throughout When Light’s Drillin’ The Haze is an ambient simmer that keeps its revolving doors in motion from start to end. Fragments of chiseled bass, broken synthesizers, deformed drum’n bass, downtempo melodies, microscopic rhythms, and recycled noise all tend to gravitate around this one central (ambient) theme. [Download] No. This is not a Tympanik Audio co-release, nor is it […]

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