Sunday, March 21, 2010

[SLNT 012] [Esc.] Laboratory / Art Factory Worms – Kybrid_2010

[Esc.] Laboratory / Art Factory Worms – Kybrid_2010
Label: Silent Flow
Catalog#: SLNT012
Format: 17 x File, MP3

Released: 20 Mar 2010
Genre: Electronic
Style: IDM, Downtempo, Dub, Ambient, Glitch, Experimental

“…The long revolution by which men have sought to translate nature into art we have long reffered to as `applied knowledge´.
`Applied´ means translated or carried across from one kind of material form into another.”
Marshall McLuhan – “understanding media”
The latest compilation – extracted from a source pool of 23 different projects – performed and hosted by [Esc.]Laboratory / Art Factory Worms, scratches the surface of the hypnotic experimental sound developed by Doc.AtmosfearCrush, Tomahawk & Machete.
The journey begins with the incredible [angström:institute] – taking us deep into the rabbit-hole by their dark pulsating beats and concussive ambient melodies. While we got carried further into the labyrinth by [Flux:Kompensator] – combining alien soundscapes and the Dub-like feeling of abandoned cities of concrete and steel – we got uncertainly crushed by the heavy – voodoo of [Gumbatz Monev`s Green Elecktrode] – corrupting the avantgardistic Dub by glitchy nails, made of narrative sounds.
We get some rest by listening to the veteran sonic cultists of [interrupt:Jumper] – celebrating the ritual of industrial chill out music.
Now to something completly different – [meta:Human] is the voice, talking to us about the dark-future, cyber-punk and virtual realities – armed with distortion and the fiendly beats from the streets of the sprawl. By the way – it`s time to lend our ears to [phace/it!] and the two sides of their melancholy – smooth flowing beats, then blown away by the archaic animalism inside us all.
The renegade Cylons of [revolting:Robotniks] infiltrate our central nerve system by their brilliant interpretation of `how an organic mainframe should sound´ – cyborg-jazz gives in the fusion with experimental ambient beats. [Throatwobbler:Manegrove] hides between sleep and wake, just to make sure the overdose won`t kill the circuits – grainy beats are the flesh for the skelletons of post-industrial ambient bodies.
Right when it begins to realy hurt – [Tomahawk] comes along with his healing fusion of modern tribal folk and cyberdelic-ambient-blues. Nearly at the end of our trip through the unusual sound dimensions created by [Esc.]Laboratory / Art Factory Worms – let`s meet [ur:neon:ono] – answering the questions of occult mysticism by their `sub-bass dominated way´ of an utopic feed to systematicly dearrange their caught-up sounds.
To complete this compilation only the presence of [Yahuy-Che-Kabah] is left to be carried on board – influenced by the reptile spirituality of experimenatl minimalistic noise collisions and bonded by glitchy down beats.

1. [angström:institute] – Go [8:58]
2. [angström:institute] – Goodbye Control [8:33]
3. [Flux:Kompensator] – Endless [5:05]
4. [Gumbatz Monev’s Green Elecktrode] – Slickers [5:43]
5. [interrupt:Jumper] – Home, Sweet Metropolis [8:42]
6. [meta:Human] – Changer of Ways [7:14]
7. [meta:Human] – Dusk [7:28]
8. [phace/it!] – Protect Your Homeland [6:48]
9. [phace/it!] – Slow Drain to Gnawn [7:57]
10. [revolting:Robotniks] – Call of the Night [13:16]
11. [revolting:Robotniks] – Move On [3:38]
12. [Throatwobbler:Manegrove] – Event [3:52]
13. [Tomahawk] – Monimania [9:55]
14. [Tomahawk] – sol2Qx [8:05]
15. [ur:neon:ono] – Rectum Dub Rocker [5:06]
16. [Yahuy-Che-Kabah] – Adenochrome [11:10]
17. [Yahuy-Che-Kabah] – Nine Pages [4:36]

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