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Endoplasmic Flow

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3.95 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Track 1 (6:39)
2. Track 2 (19:00)
3. Track 3 (9:04)
4. Track 4 (8:31)
5. Track 5 (11:20)
6. Track 6 (7:12)

Total Time 61:46

Line-up / Musicians

- John Tyler
- Michael Thomas Roe
- Ole Christensen
- Conrad Schnitzler / sounds

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Multinational ensemble ENDOPLASMIC FLOW is a creative entity that appears not to be that interested in sharing information. There's not too much information about them on the net; they don't even have a dedicated homepage, and the promotional material I received left out a few details one would normally expect, like a biography, track names on the album and suchlike. From what I understand "11/11/11" is their sixth official release, and is a compilation of selected pieces from a massive 11 piece CD-R set of music they released on November 11th 2011.

If you enjoy electronic music that shies away from the most well trodden paths and has a taste for slow, careful constructions of electronic ambient music Endoplasmic Flow may just have a winner at hand with "11/11/11". The style explored has been described as avant-garde electronic music and industrial ambient both by others, and it is within that dual context I'll place this production myself. A well made, tranquil journey into a musical landscape void of emotions, where machines go about their duties in a slow deliberate clockwork manner that, incidentally, is both musical and enjoyable for those with a taste for the dark side of the creative arts.

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