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File under: Raw Electronics

OURSON

Eth

Label: Install

Format: CD digipack

Genre: Electronic

In stock

€8.00
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Summer seems to be popping it's fat shiny head in through my windows, even at night it's gently warm & balmy. I feel in no mood for indie guitars, I want ambient soundscapes and cleansing washes of sound. Even dark, shuddering sound like Ourson (Mr. Luke Hazard) produces on his CD 'Eth'. I like listening to this at night as there's no beats to piss off the neighbors, just morphing waves of processed noise caressing my flappy lugs like an angry digital breeze. There's some proper phasing fun happening here, bringing a new meaning to the phrase "channel hopping" That track was 'Orph' by the way. Further on you get some grumbling cyber ambience, like the drifting mists of a dark field in Hades where spectral shadows torment your every move & you dare not stop to chat or ask for a light.

Not that you'd need a sodding light in Hades, like! Moving on into lighter territory, treated, atmospheric guitar strumming involving some intertwining minor chords over the soothing sound of falling rain in the yard. Then the sinister drifting arrives to recommence its relentless torment of your lost soul! HAHAHA! Then there's much more apocalyptic digital rumbling like what those Fuck Buttons dudes do so well. A lot of that rumbling on this CD may have escaped from 'Street Horrrsing' because there's only so much ominous racket a CD can hold, surely? Remember, a CD is half a computer. Ask Phil. Yes, this is a great disc of sombre textures, fuzzy doom-tones & introverted noise and just suits this man's mood perfectly! Cup of tea anyone? Digipak CD (edn of 300) on Install, a cool label run by David Tagg & Brian Grainger (the most prolific man in electronica?

Details
File under: Raw Electronics
Cat. number: INST001
Year: 2007

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