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Perhaps an early Konrad Schnitzler album in disguise? From all the random oscillations, squirly modular synth spirals and strange spacious effects, one could easily see this 1973 experimental electronics album as one tape in Schnitzler's vast catalog of studio trickery. There are nine tracks here of cold inhuman synthetics, and where one ends and another begins can only be ascertained by sheer persistence. Like Schnitzler, there are moments of quieter reflection, the sort of music one might find in a… read more

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