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Tension turned to slack; restless drone feeds into semi-conscious song.
Boundlessness and bonelessness; a record of woodwind, squelchy electronics and colliding flavour contrasts.
History hovers unseen amidst a new 48-minute piece.
Endlessness and restlessness: six hours of toeing the tightrope of drone.
Framed tranquility from NYC; smiling cadences and semi-slumber.
Microtonal slants and states of panic, in a curious improvisatory electronic work by Luka Höfler.
A whirlpool of the surreal and the corporeal; ambient light glinting within distortion filth.
Electronic noise presented in various states of time and translucency, overlain and intersected.
A cello is dragged under the spell of a man speaking in tongues, as composer Erik Bünger plays dangerous games with an old record from 1948.
Carefree fuzz pop and delusional invincibility; 11 tracks in 23 minutes.