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NATURE

Disen Gage

 

Eclectic Prog

3.11 | 15 ratings

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alainPP
2 stars DISEN GAGE ​​is an association of Russian musicians, Konstantin Mochalov and Anton Efimov happens with their 5th album "Nature" to compose three songs from natural noises. They took as reference a planet, trains and animals. The transcribed sounds have no bass or drums, but sampling of notes spellbinding, creative, electronic, contemplative and anarchic. Openness is almost obligatory to embark on this unique journey and almost unique: it was dark phases, repetitive, of mixing psychedelic atmospheres and natural sounds, we have sound research to the limits of the entendable moments then a more standardized its will restore any continuity under explored. Some QUANTUM Fantay to OZRIC TENTACLES, MIKE OLDFIELD, TANGERINE DREAM in their most adventurous and most dark stage can be detected, Lustmord to the dark side, repetitive and infamous, I'll even look that was the FIRM (International Foundation for Music Research) in its time! In short, both tapped into the space rock in the atmosphere, the noise, experimental, industrial and Vanguard!

"Complex textures, atonal improvisation, rhythms and hard riffs, soft soundscapes, a great sense of melody, outstanding personal skills", this is what I could find rightly on their chronic . I take this phrase to confirm that I am not alone in finding this album purely singular. "Planets" is the title built with sequences of sounds in space or hyper space wrapped in atonal sequences making random monitoring. It is hard to access, easier to swallow the helmet! With a few plays ears starting to detect a rhythm, a frame from theory Jupiter orbits.

"Trains" offers Station sounds about tangled paths, wind in the trains, brakes, winds blowing in the Moscow underground, it's very scary and dreamy: musical sounds are there to arrange and mix everything. "Animals" seems more accessible with more natural sounds, recognizable but equally frightening, dark and austere: wolves, bears, rattlesnakes and other insects are on the menu and many other dismal thing from a marsh Australian! Title not listen alone in the dark except for fun to be scared! These three titles more than 15 minutes each, despite my brief explanation, therefore represent a trip to the archaic music of our good old Earth, at a time when the man appears to be not appeared ... or already extinct; to listen without fear for those who are suffering from a huge spleen; for others, you'll get an unknown film music, a chilling atmosphere Sidereal but not meaningless.

alainPP | 2/5 |

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