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Nocturne Concrète

by Various Artists

A collections of music from 13 groups ranging from ambient soundscapes to Noise to Gothic.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tinty Music - Refraction Grid
4:11 album only
2. Bill Horist - Shadow of the Vestibule
6:02 album only
3. Lifesaver Laboratories - Forecast
4:56 album only
4. Rich Hinklin - Interbay
4:37 album only
5. Interference Patterns - Gimp Dirge
6:56 album only
6. Vassily - Highgate
5:12 album only
7. The Rotary Fields - Red Sea
5:48 album only
8. Fear Of Dolls - Sound Of Thorns
5:46 album only
9. The Garden - Flailing Wings
4:48 album only
10. Bethany Curve - Spacirelei
4:14 album only
11. Trance - Forgotten Music
3:20 album only
12. Trachring - Never A Tender Moment
7:05 album only
13. Intonarumori - Layer Parallelism
8:10 album only


Album Notes
Here is a slab of digital heaven for anyone looking to add more dark, ambient material to their collection. Most of the artists featured seem to be relatively new to the scene, but that doesn't stop this collection from quickly becoming one of my favorite late-night discs. It's gotten stuck in my CD player on many a night when I tried to actually write this review! How many good things can I say about it? Well, how much space can I take? The majority of the tracks tend toward more organic tribal drumming layered with swirling backgrounds of electronic manipulation. One of my favorite tracks is "Gimp Dirge" by Interference Pattern. This track is a mid-length piece based almost entirely on the aforementioned organic drumming. Loops of droning chants, bell and cymbal crashes and low bass notes (I think they're bass notes) punctuate the drumming, bring more of a ritual feel to the track. Many of the other tracks reflect the stylings of Interference Pattern, most notably The Rotary Fields and Tinty Music. Vocals are added to contribution by The Rotary Fields that bring a more gothic feel to the track. There are more experimental moments on the disc. Examine the track contributed by Trance if you will. The ritual / tribal drumming of Jason 222 and Peak is contrasted with the noisy guitar playing of Mason Jones, one of the icons of the experimental / noise scene. If you're looking for a compilation that has some variety to it while retaining the common themes necessary to make a compilation congeal, this is the one you should hunt down. The biggest presence here is slower, more ambient, almost completely organic percussion. Since percussion rocks my world, I love this disc. [Brian Clarkson] - Industrial Nation, Issue #16



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