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ERUPTION

Kluster

 

Krautrock

4.35 | 15 ratings

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philippe
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4 stars This is Conrad Schnitzler's atypical music during the activities of the avant garde collective "Zodiac free art lab". Extremely experimental, cerebral, maniac proto-electronic atmospheres. The compositions are made for a small ensemble of electric guitar, cello, tape loops and percussions. It contains haunting, noisy fragments exploring the darkest side of the subconsciousness. "Part One" starts with monotonous, almost "gothic" cello chords surrounded by chaotic noises and echoing bass lines. The track ends up with claustrophobic sounds, an imminent explosion of sounds, totally crazy and druggy."Part Two" is much more industrial with massive, doom like bass guitar parts, destroyed guitar lines and heavy noises, a true apocalyptical soundscapes. The track also features high frequencies and pre- sampling techniques. Conceptual, extreme, painful, creative primitive electronic exercises.
philippe | 4/5 |

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