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NODENS ICTUS

Psychedelic/Space Rock • United Kingdom


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NODENS ICTUS features members of OZRIC TENTACLES and EAT STATIC presenting a mixture of live with heavy use of synths and a range of influences from western to eastern. "Spacelines" is one of electronic music, and has almost no links with the neo-psyche of OZRIC TENTACLES. Everything sounds crystal and clear on this hour of lush electronic sounds. These recordings date from 1986 to 1989, with two tracks from the year 2000. Psychedelic software for your mind...!

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3.63 | 18 ratings
Spacelines
2000
3.00 | 1 ratings
Live 89 - 91 Vol 3
2010
3.25 | 3 ratings
The Cozmic Key
2017

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4.00 | 1 ratings
Live At The Pongmaster's Ball 2002
2010
0.00 | 0 ratings
Live At The Pongmaster's Ball 2002
2010
3.00 | 1 ratings
Live 1989 - 91
2010
3.00 | 1 ratings
Live 1989 - 91 Vol 2
2010

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3.00 | 2 ratings
The Grove Of Selves
1987

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 The Cozmic Key by NODENS ICTUS album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.25 | 3 ratings

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Nodens Ictus Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Kingsnake

3 stars A very nice (solo) album by Ozrics- guitarist Ed Wynne. Nodens Ictus used to be a sideproject featuring Ed Wynne, Joie Hinton and Merv Pepler. But neither Joie and Merv are playing on this album. So Nodens Ictus is now Ed Wynne and Silas Wynne (Silas Neptune).

The music of Nodens Ictus sounds like Ozric Tentacles but is more trance/ambient-based than the Ozrics, wich is more rock/fusion based. There is a lot of emphasis on synths, sequencers and programmed drums but there is some live drums/percussion by Paul Hankin (Ozrics), Neil Longhurst and Natan Mantis. Here Nodens Ictus sound a bit like Enthegeonic and a calmer version of Sphongle.

Chickens in the Mist is a song that already appeared on Pongmaster's Ball and isn't very different. Swoop Bong is 15 minutes of outstanding psyspacerocktronica but the main treat is the 25 minute-long tourdeforce Fractal Sunset wich is the reason I love the genre of psychedelic electronic music. It has some Tangerine Dream influences but is mostly Ozric/Nodens at its best.

It has been ages since an official studio-album has been made by Nodens Ictus and it's a welcome addition to the huge Ozric-discography.This album is a nice contiunation of Technicians of the Sacred but is more ambient/psybient-based, wich is a good thing, because Ed is more in his element playing this kind of space-music than jamming out, like in the 90's.

At the same time this album came out, Silas released a solo-album with help of all the (current) Ozrics, wich is more in the style of Ozric Tentacles.This Nodens Ictus album is highly recommended to anyone who like the trippier (psychedelic) side of electronic music (Entheogenic, Shpongle etc.)

 Spacelines by NODENS ICTUS album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.63 | 18 ratings

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Spacelines
Nodens Ictus Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by VOTOMS

4 stars Can you imagine Fripp & Eno's No Pussyfooting in space and gettin' better than the original one? I am very attracted by sci-fi and space stuff. Maybe this simple (but very creative) cover art made me get this piece. It's a space ambiental project by members from Ozric Tentacles and Eat Static. The songs are smoothy and detailed. Don't be fooled by the Psychedelic tag, it's much more into space electronic. It would be perfect as a soundtrack for a space rpg. My favorite track is the hot-blooded Sharpening The Norm, the angry and misterious side of the album. Let your mind free, put your phones and create your own spacescape listening to Nodens Ictus' Spacelines.
 Spacelines by NODENS ICTUS album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.63 | 18 ratings

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Spacelines
Nodens Ictus Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by obiter
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3 stars Very chilled trippy album. I would recommend this to a space progger or a dance fiend as a chill out but not to someone outside the space prog/dance genre.

Haunting, memorable and very synth. The music invites the listener to come and walk in bizarre and alien lands: more romantic and dreadful than our own. It's like Sibelius to that extent.

And this is the difficulty in reviewing the album: I can see the beautiful ambient soundscapes ... great for those with imaginations and the fanatsy gamers out there, but does it cut the mustard as a prog album.

I really don't know. One day it carries me away, the next time I listen it's bland and I skip on to somehitng else.

 Spacelines by NODENS ICTUS album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.63 | 18 ratings

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Spacelines
Nodens Ictus Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Angeldust

3 stars This project is a collaboration between Ed Wynne (guitarist of Ozric Tentacles ) and Joie Hinton a former member Of Ozric.This project exists from 1988 and that was the year they released their first tape...After this first attempt they made a live album which is very difficult to be found..10 years later they recorded some new songs,mixed them with the old ones and here's the album Spacelines Nodens Ictus is actually an ambient version Of Ozric..Both Ed & Joie play synths along with some other instruments...The music is relaxing without this prog feeling...It's actually a great album but light years away from rock or it's subgenres...So...listen before purchasing ...
 Spacelines by NODENS ICTUS album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.63 | 18 ratings

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Nodens Ictus Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Minstrel X

4 stars Veery good. Modens Ictus is another Ozric Tentacles related project, but this one is, i think, more electro and more acid than the Ozrics themselves. The album is basically for people on drugs, not as a criticism, but as a fact; the music has that dimension and a very different, whimsical flavour to the hallucinating one (my girlfriend, on this case). From the interstellar transcendence of "The Gong of Ra", to the, let's say, existencialist "Altavista", this album is highly recommended for Ozric fans, but fans of Klaus Schulze and such those artists, will also love it.
 Spacelines by NODENS ICTUS album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.63 | 18 ratings

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Nodens Ictus Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by psipower

5 stars I first heard Noden's 'bout '92?. I was a little miffed at one of my favourite tunes on the tape I heard was not on the CD. Even so, I highly recommend Spacelines for pure chill out ambient synth/spaceout with rain forest/tribal chat accompaniment (though not at all cheesy - the music is at one with the natural sounds and done very tastefully and respectfully) Buy it! and get one for your girl/boyfriend. Perfect for restless insomniacs like myself or days in bed with Flu! Trust me, you need this in your collection

THE REAL THING!

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