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Robert Rich

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3.97 | 3 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2001

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1. Mantis Intentions (8:00)
2. Nesting On Cliffsides (12:46)
3. Dante's Anthropomorphic Zoo (3:06)
4. Bestiary (6:17)
5. Carapace Hides The Delicacy (3:12)
6. Folded Space (5:34)
7. Sharpening Her Talons (3:51)
8. Premonition Of Circular Clouds (10:21)



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Line-up / Musicians

Robert Rich/ MOTM modular synthesizer, lap steel guitar, processed acoustic sources, "glurp"
Forrest Fang/ Marxolin (track 3), hichiriki (track 8)
Andrew McGowan/ bass (tracks 3 and 5)
Haroun Serang/ guitar (tracks 1 and 7)

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Relapse Records

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3.97
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4 stars Welcome to the jungle!

"Bestiary", Robert Rich's 2001 release, is certainly a jungle, an electronic one of course. Experimental without any kind of compromise but his own self-refinement and taste, opposite in that regard to "raw for raw sake" electronic experimentation, this one is carefully threaded .

An assorted trip in every song, it flows freely creating obtuse, obscure, soft and rough, cosmic, unappealing/hypnotic, unearthly/ earthly, uncompromising spaces, full of bubbling as buzzing surprises as showering delights and windy storms. And like a jungle, anything goes, and you have to go through it in able to enjoy.

It is quiet fun to listen to such unambiental "Ambient" music for a change. Those familiar with the Cubase of yore, will certainly re-think its possibilities in the sense of songwriting and sequencing.

Irreverent playfulness, more in tune with Rock in Opposition in a Progressive Electronic environment!

****4 PA stars

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4 stars An ambient oddity, which is 'bloopily' different from Eno played by another bald, ambient egg-head who wears specs. Entirely electronic with many beautiful and creepy moments. Splurges and whoops are used to the fullest effect and they sound great on a pair of headphones through its needle sharp ... (read more)

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