Post Tagged with: "Elizabeth Virosa"

Pattern Behavior :: Omens (The Crime League)

Omens immediately catches the attention. Musically it brings to the fore a series of menacing and enthralling cinematic ambiences with a clear 80s retro feel. Pattern Behavior is a synth-electronic music duo formed by Elizabeth Virosa and Robert Galbraith who operate also various pseudonyms such as Snowbeasts. Galbraith is also the founder of the net label […]

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Snowbeasts :: Rmx (M-Tronic)

Beautifully creepy, hypnotic, with brooding and tense atmospheres seconded by an avalanche of electronic grooves obtained by the machines. A few months after the publication of their innovative and futurist electronic downtempo (+ –), Snowbeasts duet (Robert Galbraith and Elizabeth Virosa) is back on the France’s M-Tronic imprint for an album exclusively made of remixes […]

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Snowbeasts :: + – (M-Tronic)

Haunted synth-experimental project, blending the dark ambient genre, ghostly minimalism and electronic body music with a fancy for lysergic-cosmic weirdness. Haunted synth-experimental project, blending the dark ambient genre, ghostly minimalism and electronic body music with a fancy for lysergic-cosmic weirdness. This new album is welcomed by Paris based label M-Tronic. After a more archetypical but […]

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Pattern Behavior :: Electric Minds (Component)

The musical result is not so far from 80s / 90s dark electronic projects like Kirlian Camera, Ordo Rosario Equilibrium, Frozen Autumn or even Killing Joke absorbed in a kinetic and cyber-futurist mode. To sum up things Electric Minds offers to the audience another unexpected facet from this versatile modern electronic project. Pattern Behavior figures […]

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Snowbeasts :: Frozen Earth (Component)

An obsessive, oppressive and darkly meditative temple of creepy drones and other sustained electronic textures. Snowbeasts (Raab Codec & Elizabeth Virosa) are back with a blackened corpus of bewitching sound rituals faithful to the true tradition of the genre. The musical obedience and stylistic direction are quite close to the ones developed in the duo’s […]

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Snowbeasts :: Ice & Shadow (Component)

A futuristic, gloomy and hypnotic cold drone ambient release that will ravish fans of advanced post-industrial music and its derivatives. After a first digital release published on Component, Snowbeasts (aka Raab Codec & Elizabeth Virosa) are back with a new effort titled Ice & Shadow. This album is stylistically in the continuity of the previous […]

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Pattern Behavior :: Sentient (Component)

More industrial crunch than infused atmospherics, Sentient is a nostalgic breakaway from previous offerings. Pattern Behavior-Sentient by Pattern Behavior It was bound to happen considering this is, after all, a Raab Codec (Component label head) side project. Where this newly formed project previously exhibited a darker ambient voice, Sentient flips over to display its gritty […]

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Pattern Behavior :: Collapsar (The Crime League)

The strangely blackened lo-fi synth dimension and the propulsive rhythmical density make this album its very own charm, ominously sonic, tripped out and with a discreet retro-futurist spell. After a first self-titled opus signed in 2013, Pattern Behavior (aka Raab Codec & Elizabeth Virosa) are back with an utterly gorgeous minimal synth-kosmische soundscaping release. This […]

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Pattern Behavior :: Pattern Behavior (Component)

An eclectic and multi-textured electronic music release which deliberately sounds as an imaginary soundtrack through furiously nightmare-ish, isolationist and beatific splendor. Devoted to uncompromised and challenging experiments in electronic music, the netlabel Component Recordings is back with a handful of brilliant digital releases in spaced out psych ambient, techno-ish synthedelica, and algorithmic sculpted electronic minimalism. […]

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