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  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Exploring The Male Vagina
  • FLAC: 1185 mb | MP3: 1676 mb
  • Style: Experimental, IDM, Abstract
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 609
  • Format: DTS FLAC MP4 AAC AU MPC MIDI
Various - Exploring The Male Vagina album flac

Tracklist

1 H10326 H10326
2 K-Formation Get It To Harry
3 Arcade Defrag
4 Dep.art.ment Kogshinti
5 Chernobyl Five Mail Order Brides
6 Pemalas Obscene
7 Alderaan Deaths Door Deforestation
8 Disco Cyst After Two Weeks The Tadpoles Emerge
9 Dep.art.ment Feela Stakes
10 Sodium Simon Living With Copper & Zinc
11 Arcade Windows
12 K-Formation Spiraling Minds
13 Pemalas Huppla
14 The Church Of Gary Busey Kazien
15 Alderaan Predictable Episode
16 Pemalas Secret Knowledge
17 Dep.art.ment Project

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After a strange intro track concerning an argument over a catalogue code number (for a 'Workstation' which turns out to be a cordless telephone), the album produces it's first classic track. K-FORMATION bring us an infant school piano rhythm which blossoms out into a simplistic but very distinctive dance piece - with a leaden rhythm which somehow worms it's way into your mind - after a few plays this is so indelibly printed you'll probably be humming it to yourself. ARCADE create a simple soft core rhythm which is almost chimes set to a steady beat, then they visit countless fragments of noise upon it until it almost sinks under the weight of broken audio. The next classic piece, which for me leapfrogs over track two is the first by DEP.ART.MENT. Whether or not they took themselves seriously when they wove this filigree pattern of pure charm together we may never know. It's a rare beauty, a serious of interwoven sequencers which somehow remind me of ASH RA's "Kazoo", maybe COIL at their most delicate. Like it or not, you'll soon be humming it. CHERNOBYL FIVE take us deeper into the album's moodier side with a non-beat rhythm which is dark and fragmentary. PEMALAS go for a more in-yer-face approach - full on stripped-down drum rhythm over which all manner of audio confectionary is layered. They mix it so neither the core nor the decoration take dominance, making for a complex, evenly balanced and distinctive sound. ALDERAAN play games with their Hip-Hop-accented sound - speeding up the rhythm, slowing it down, then rapeating the process to change direction; colouring it in all manner of electronic decoration. The hook here is probably the sampled voice which lays partially hidden in the busy, aggitated beat. DISCO CYST filter what sounds like a 303-and-noise loop in and out - very simple and short, not really more than a bassy segue. DEP.ART.MENT's second piece is far more mainstream and in your face - a complex interwoven rhythmic journey through warm tones and busy sequences, all held together by a hyperactive sub-Jungle drum rhythm. Again they inject a hypnotic charm into their music. SODIUM SIMON comes next with a slightly overdriven complex rhythm, insistantly active. Over this he lays some busy electronics to maximum effect. Simple SIMON's structures may be, he makes up for for the lack of compositional variety by making powerful dance music. ARCADE's second contribution follows an almost identical BPM, choosing a deeper drum thunder over which they layer some shimmering, almost metallic sequences. Soft easy listening dance fare. K-FORMATION's second piece takes the groove down a few notches, becoming a languid shuffle before exploding in a massive body of busy rhythmic muscle. There's a piano motif hanging around in the background which brings SCORN's post-"Evanescence" to mind. PEMALAS' second track is a thick beefy dance piece, complex in structure and ever busy. It has some distinctive hooks held within a kinda melted-down Hip-Hop drum pattern. Powerful in that it's been given less a dance than a hefty Rock mix. THE CHURCH OF GARY BUSEY open their one single track with a textural noise work with some destructive grizzling sounds set against deep sweeps of noise which now and again sound like VIDNA OBMANA, and at times distort into a sound approaching the Japanese school. When the rhythm finally kicks in it's as intriguing as the intro - deep drones over which busy, agitated drums and sequences stripped thin by filters make a body-popping dance sound from the depths of cyberspace. ALDERAAN's second piece is a much slower piece - a chunky, almost cumbersome rhythm which is nevertheless enhanced by the multiple layers of sound which weave through the core of it's structure. It probably pushes the limits further than most of the pieces here by having a post-Apocalyptic tribalism, as opposed to off-the-peg drum patterns. PEMALAS bring us their third piece - reversing the process with what could be a preset rhythm. Sped up to an agitated tempo, it forms the frame around which they decorate with long filtered notes and late-JOY DIVISION-like keyboards. It's a fast, busy sound - big and unrelenting. DEP.ART.MENT close the album with another charming little number - a warm series of sequencers set to an exploratory drum pattern. Much more experimental than their earlier pieces, they take their time in exploring new avenues of possibility, stripping down to a constant beat to allow the complex layers to stand out individually. There's certainly some impressive talent here - K-FORMATION may one day fill the gap left behind by the likes of THE ORB and FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON without sounding too much like either; and DEP.ART.MENT deserve great success with their Electronica / Easy Listening / Dance cross-over. As for the rest, well there are now real low points on the album. DISCO CYST I'm not sure about, yet their track fits neatly in this collection. The guys behind this label run their own club in Birmingham, and if this is anything to go by, they play some interesting sounds away from the mainstream Techno tastes of most clubs these days. This album is a worthwhile introduction to their sound and I for one look forward to where they take it next. Originally reviewed for Metamorphic Journeyman.
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