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ARCHIMETRICAL UNIVERSE

Atomine Elektrine

 

Progressive Electronic

3.00 | 1 ratings

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philippe
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3 stars Peter Andersson is the founder and former member of a few renowned astral-psych ambient projects (Raison D'Ítre...). Under the name Atomine Elektrine, he follows the course of vintage cosmic-spacey music (Klaus Schulze, Robert Schroeder...) under more asceptic-technologic-rythmical considerations. The synthesized ambiences are incredibly relaxing, droney and brainey, largely made of slow moving synthscapes, sci-fi electronic interferences and abstract echoing rythms. Eternal dreaminess that reaches listener into supernatural or cosmic-universes localised beyond mind. Archimetrical universe is a mysterious evocative and tellurian musical trip that renew with the best things offered by old spacey rock electronics. However the electronic equipments used for this brilliant essay is contemporary to the musical production of our time, without reminiscence of primitive electronic machinery. Nothing really innovative or challenging but an absorbing listening due to the ominpresence of burgeonning- dense spherical synth waves. A nice introduction to Peter Andersson's fruitful musical career.
philippe | 3/5 |

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