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R Plus Seven von Oneohtrix Point Never
R Plus Seven von Oneohtrix Point Never
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One of the first outings of the newest brainchild of Daniel Lopatin, recording under the moniker Oneothrix Point Never, was the video for Problem Areas featuring artist Takeshi Murata and his digital installations. You can see a silver, terminator-ish skull surrounded by oranges, eggs and a book titled `Art and The Future' or another installation with a miniature ship sitting in a plastic bottle; all set to the sonic ideas of Lopatin.

Out of many writings about the artwork and installations of Murata, the best term to describe his work and to put it into context with R Plus Seven must be something close to `digital vanitas images'. Just like the art movement in baroque times,… Mehr dazu
Virgins von Tim Hecker
Virgins von Tim Hecker
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Adding Light To Darkness, 28. Oktober 2013
You're in a dark place. All your senses seem deprived, malfunctioning and don't serve as an indication of time, space or anything close to reality. Then there is light. Not of the bright and enthralling type as one might imagine in a transition from death to the afterlife, more like a glimpse of something that doesn't intend to be crushing you 
With this metaphor the transition from Tim Hecker's Ravedeath 1972 to his newest effort Virgins seems to be described best.

As many listeners might have first heard Hecker through his 2011 album, there is no doubt that with every release, he furthers his lane of innovative instrumental  any other tag such as ambient seems to be… Mehr dazu
Pasiflora von Constants
Pasiflora von Constants
Best Tracks: Sunrise / Crosses

For Fans of: Shoegaze, Post-Rock, Dense guitar work
Constants are one of those bands that always leave you wondering what step they might take next. It's not like they stray far from a certain sound, their Constants sound. But repetition is always far from where these three Boston rockers are. Their 2012 effort Pasiflora is their take on shoegaze; you know that dreamy music with all those nice melodies, walls of guitars that give you the impression of floating. But don't let words fool you. When you push play (hopefully at a nice volume) the first thing you hear are, well walls of guitars, but not of the sweet… Mehr dazu