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Antimatter Statues
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ENDGAME

H2SO4

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Auricle AMCDR 047 7.00
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duration: 66'50"

1. Attention: Recycling In Progress! 18'30"
2. Antimatter Statues 8'24"
3. A Vision Scent 14'54"
4. Cyclical Garage Exchange 15'23"
5. In Fractured Dementia 9'26"

Recorded at Tachyon Studio (15 November 2000). Original mix by Jim Tetlow,
with mastering by Alan Freeman at Tachyon Studio (1 June 2004).

Steve Freeman: synths, guitar, voice, loops, samples, turntable.
Alan Freeman: synths, guitar, voice, loops, cymbal.
Jim Tetlow: guitar, Sound Canvas, voice, loops.

review...
A bizarre cover for a bizarre album! Attention: Recycling In Progress!: Opens very Dada, with mutated cats and scuttling violin, amidst a wealth of other indescribable sounds, migrating into a glissando soup of guitars and mumbling voices, all becoming corrosive and mangled. Antimatter Statues: Synthetic birds flocking in an echoed swamp counterpoint with a slow ring-modulated sequencer. A Vision Scent: Atmospheric Cluster realms. Cyclical Garage Exchange: Swirly haze, with guitars and percussives, with a hint of NWW, turns into a bizarre array of dissonant and strumming guitars. In Fractured Dementia: Resonant kerrangs and ring modulations with menacing feel.

Versions...
CD-R - released 8/2004.
Bandcamp download - released 18/9/2014.
Routenote distributed download - released 23/4/2019.




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