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stimulus frequency for the localization of sound in space

by Mons

Long long long in the making, the 3rd installment presents possibly a kinder, gentler Mons (a la Trans Am & Brian Eno), or at least a more cohesive one, if still prone to bursts of fuzzed out beats and squeals.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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Mat created Mons as an outlet for his lifelong love of sound. In particular, the sounds of fuzz boxes, drums, drum machines, vintage synths as well as the cheapest Casios, theremins, vocoders and randomly captured conversations comprise but a few of the tools in his arsenal. Over the course of 3 albums, including Stimulus Frequency For The Localization of Sound in Space, to be released in 2004, a wide array of sounds, textures and tones have resulted from his chaotic yet pure approach. Mons continues to be exclusively a studio recording endeavor from inside the confines of his Washington, D.C.-based Skylab Studios.

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Mons continues to grow and polish his sound. Anyone who loved Mons's earlier static sculptures & exercises in distortion will be very excited for this 3rd release, which mixes in more conventionally listenable electronica. There's music for a range of moods, but mostly they are laid-back--not totally relaxed, but as if on a journey (Mons's stated theme of this album). One could feel "in motion at rest", exactly the feeling of sitting on a train or in an airport, where the passenger is passive, basically freight with legs, but being propelled toward a destination, full of anticipation but also a bit numbed and dazed from the change in surroundings, the rapid relocation of modern transit. Good job sir, please continue to make your unique brand of electronica!
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