|1||Roma A.D. 2727||4:14||Play||£0.69||
|2||Silences Traverses Des Mondes Et Des Anges||9:32||Play||£0.89||
|3||Bury a Horse's Head||11:34||Play||£1.19||
|4||In a Frosted Lake||5:53||Play||£0.69||
|6||A Measurement of Excess Antenna Temperature at 4080 ML/S||10:38||Play||£1.19||
Veteran Finnish electronics maestro and one of the most fascinating producers of our times, Mika Vainio returns to the Touch label, the recent home of some of his most uncompromising work. Last years 'Oleva’ and the preceding Pan Sonic album remain examples of the finest electronic albums of the last few years, but they were surely also some of his most accessible.
For 'Black Telephone Of Matter’ we hear the contrarily noisy and contemplative side of Mika, no beats, but plenty of completely devastating aural views surveying vast abstract landscapes. 'Roma A.D 2727’ weaves sinewaves sculpted into brutally effective and nerve stimulating squalls. 'Silence Traverses Des Mondes Et Des Endes’ opens with the horrific cackle of a murder of crows before sharply focussed bass blasts with ever encroaching proximity and unrelated shards of textured noise dynamically ascend before crashing to point zero. If you’ve ever experienced one of his frightening but life affirming live shows, the album’s centre-piece 'Bury A Horse’s Head’ should help you relive the life-changing intensity of his powerful drones with 11 mins of austere oscillator experimentation, only you’ll have to turn the volume up for the full body tactile effect.
Paralleling this is the set’s other extended composition 'A Measurement Of Excess Antenna Temperature At 4080 Ml/s’. A reduction of excess to the bare minimum of electronic hum with brain massaging waves of subbass that’ll make your eyeballs vibrate if you’re paying attention on good headphones. Nobody else comes close to this man’s sonic imagination or level of execution, this is another essential purchase for fans of cutting edge sonics and good music everywhere. Immense….
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