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Nonima :: Recur (Section 27)

Recur is choke-full of mechanically-infused electronic mayhem that is ever so lightly shielded by its tranquilized downtrodden shimmer. Section 27 founder Nonima (aka Tam Ferrans) reveals Recur, a diverse and abstract electronic abyss that segues into and out of consciousness. Take the opening “Recursor” as a starting point—elongated sounds from another galaxy expand and contract […]

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Mitoma :: Iso:Forms (Brainstormlab)

A collection of a dozen interplanetary electronics that range from hazy ambient sunbursts to definitive technoid slivers. Just in time for the cold, brisk Winter weather to roll in, Mitoma unveils Iso:Forms—a collection of a dozen interplanetary electronics that range from hazy ambient sunbursts to definitive technoid slivers. Textural landscapes, abrasive sandstorms and mechanical noises […]

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Nonima & Dissolved :: Macro Flinching (Section 27)

Where Nonima takes a more mechanized trajectory, Dissolved revolves around cyclic melodic loops and contagious percussive grittiness. Both combine forces seamlessly between each track as broken basslines and classic-era Warp/Toytronic manifests pierce through the haze. A split release by two very talented craftsmen of celestial electronic rainstorms has merged (again) for Macro Flinching. Where Nonima […]

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Dissolved / Nonima :: Foil Splinters (Section 27 / Mitoma Industries)

Where yesteryear’s template for articulated and semi-emotive electronics has been emulated and reconstructed to great lengths, Foil Splinters is a welcomed retreat. Not necessarily reflecting on the architecture of sound, but rather illustrating a new twist in the fabric of industrialism, both artists have established a logical progression that merits repeat listening. [Release page] Dissolved and Nonima […]

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Nonima :: Exostatic EP (Mitoma Industries)

“Nonima is the pseudonym of Tam Ferrans, a 28 year old producer from the sunny climates of Scotland. His sound deviates between glitchy industrial techno workouts via ambient constructions and ever-morphing organisms. He also produces material as part of the Mitoma and Altered:Carbon projects.” [Release page] Exostatic represents the amalgamation of heavy-hitting post-industrial meets low-bass […]

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