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Bass Communion

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Bass Communion Bass Communion v Muslim Gauze album cover
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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Six (9.30)
2. Seven (9.02)

Total Time 18:32

Line-up / Musicians

- Bass Communion (London) / instruments - processing - editing
- Muslimgauze (Manchester)/ rhythm s- loops

Releases information

Soleilmoon, PO Box 83296, Portland, OR 97283 USA
c 2000 S. Wilson c 2000 Soleilmoon Recordings
written, played & recorded by bass communion.muslimgauze 1996/97

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Review by colorofmoney91
3 stars Bass Communion v Muslim Gauze is equal parts abrasive and enjoyable. This EP is a fun, beat-oriented progressive electronic album that works as great contrast against my previous Bass Communion experience, which was Ghosts On Magnetic Tape. The cover suggests a serene, oceanic feel should be present on this album, and that does occasionally come through in the music. The bass sounds of this EP sound as though you're hearing them through ears that are submersed in water, and the pop and crackle of water entering the ear canal is also an element that shows up frequently. Unfortunately, most of "Six" doesn't really give off a great example of oceanic atmosphere - it's rather dancy, spacey, mechanic and fast- paced for serenity, though it is still a fun track with a nice beat to get your body movin'.

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