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Atomine Elektrine


Progressive Electronic

4.00 | 4 ratings

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4 stars I am not a fan of electronic, my experience there is as deep as some early albums of Kraftwerk,Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream are. Brian Eno is a little bit different case, I am more interested in his ambient and non-ambient works.

The only reason I noticed this band (project?) is it's very unusual name ( at least for me). It is not very usual, when Swedish band has pure lithuanian name, which means " Nuclear Power Station". Yes, we have one, a big one, and it should be closed till the end of 2009. I think , there were some electronic music happenings around this station some time ago, so possibly it is a reason ( and the source) of that strange name.

About music. It wasn't easy to find the CD, but I got it. The music is dark ambient, quite nice , even melodic constructions. As any ambient ,this music is static by it's origin, but all this sound performs pleasant atmosphere.

As I told above, I can compare this album with some Eno ambient works only ( because this music is really far from Germans works). In fact, album didn't sound boring or very repetetivous. For music without rhythm and structure it isn't bad at all. It reminded me one of fresh Robert Fripp ambient live album as well.

Quite accessible ambient music, should be really interesting for modern ambient lovers.

snobb | 4/5 |


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