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Omit (Clinton Williams)


Progressive Electronic

3.00 | 1 ratings

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3 stars In this tormented weird electronic effort, Omit carries on the exploration of dark isolation and mental torpor. This album is similar to Alineation, Quad or Retraction but injects much more arrangements in the substance of sound collages and drones. The articulation seems much more evident between the sound objects. However we can regret it doesn't have the trancey-like, hypnotic effects of later albums as Tracer or Interceptor. Deformed is very lugubrious, austere, nightmare-ish, trying to create an increased intesity in the space-time system of moving sound textures. The Rising of massed deformities is a claustophobic dark environmental piece that reminds Lustmord at his very best. There's a perfect combination between buzzing drone textures and micro-events based on echoing metallic sound objects. Calling Master Obliveon is a micro-tonal lysergic piece which almost prefigures the sublime dreamy-like pieces of tracer. The spectral electronic textures are punctuated by sound collages and percolations. I was already waiting for your is a strange noisy free rocking piece including e-guitar manipulations, amplified natural sounds. Black shaft depletion goes back to the initial musical and creative schema with a wide range of industrial effects and surrounded hallucinatory electronic loops. If it's not a top class standard as the three last (Rejector, Tracer, Interceptor), With Interior Desolation, Deformed remains one of the most accomplished and surprising albums from Omit's first decade
philippe | 3/5 |


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