Praguedren | Mission To the Sun (We'll Go At Night Praguedren Remix of Stress Test)

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Mission To the Sun (We'll Go At Night Praguedren Remix of Stress Test)

by Praguedren

Czech electronic soundscapers Praguedren remix New York based Stress Test into a sonic mission to the sun. Epic soundtracking leads into the land of head nodding beats. Earbud and headphone maximized sound.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. Mission To the Sun (We'll Go At Night Praguedren Remix of Stress Test)
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Album Notes
Praguedren pick and pull from Stress Test's release The Rocket Thing to create a sonic voyage into the heart of the unknown.
Take off into this track and know that there will be no return. This release was recorded and mastered for maximum earbud and headphone experience.

Sonic Curiosity review:

PRAGUEDREN: Mission to the Sun (DDL single on Dank Disk)

This digital download song from 2010 offers 8 minutes of processed electronic music.

Material for this song was sourced from The Rocket Thing, a release by NYC improv trio Stress Test, and was remixed by Tomas Effiger and Sector Seventeen in East Prague.

Haunting tones waver and undulate, punctuated by an undercurrent of chittering effects. The nucleus of the music possesses a very interstellar quality with shuddering pulsations that evoke outer space travel. After this spacey intro, things enter a more conventional passage with natural drums and rumbling basslines and growling guitar, all of which become alterred by looping electronics; the conventional rock aspects are mutated into something one might hear in a cafe on Mars. After a period during which the treatments flourish, there's a sedate reprise of some conventionality before the song's conclusion.

Taking rock music and transforming it into space electronics is a challenge, but Praguedren succeed at the task with engaging results. The song retains just enough club rock aspects to hook in the listener, then plunges everything far beyond the planetary atmosphere where the tune metamorphoses into a creature of entrancing character.



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