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by Sgnl_fltr

If you like ambient/experimental with a down-tempo attitude then you just cannot go wrong. Each track is an experiment, a blank canvas to which a sonic abstract painting is applied.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nomo
9:11 album only
2. Pranka
4:38 album only
3. Empak
1:24 album only
4. Glacion
9:21 album only
5. Run-ra
3:39 album only
6. Lono
8:57 album only
7. Nocte
7:41 album only
8. Kwon
5:57 album only
9. Mesma
8:25 album only
10. Nkuh
5:40 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This is Danny Kreutzfeldt recording under the name sgnl_fltr.

As explained on the CD, Sgnl_fltr is the “rhythmic alter ego” of Danny Kreutzfeldt, whose excellent Counterperipheral CD was reviewed on these pages in November. Sure enough, “Nomo” jumps right in to a stuttering rhythm and heavy punchy bass. Very modern and edgy stuff, yet altogether accessible. “Pranka” slows things down but remains firmly rooted in synthetic electronics, with soft shuffling percussion and more bass. “Empak” is a brief abstract piece with little clicks and wind-like synths whooshing by. “Glacion” has an appropriately chilly feel, a la Biosphere with sparse drones and effects. “Run-Ra” stomps steadily along with a nice bit of crunchiness, for lack of a better word. “Lono” moves semi-spastically along, with quirky pulses carrying a wide variety of sound samples along for the enjoyable ride. It is equal parts Spyra, Pete Namlook, and similar sources of intelligent electronica. Each track is an experiment, a blank canvas to which a sonic abstract painting is applied. “Nkuh” saves the best for last, moving at a moderate clip in a cool groove, abruptly bringing Vebra to its conclusion.



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