Posts Tagged ‘U32 review’


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In a short teaser-like mini-review, Julien Héraud assesses Moyens Fantômes as a peculiar, confrontational and engrossing experience, where old media acquire a new life…

 

 

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In a brief french only review, Pierre Cécile for Le Son Du Grisli online mag points out hypnotikon (australOpus 2) as an opener of worlds…

 

 

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For the ever prolific A Closer Listen, Richard Allen goes into U33’s layers of old transmissions and technology to exalt the “now”…

 

 

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Richard Allen sees hypnotikon (australOpus 2) like a key to a door, an access to the beating heart of the explored location…

 

 

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Frans de Waard sees Moyens Fantômes as a daring step into unknown interzones, an industrial ode to a disappearing era…

 

 

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Frans de Waard situates hypnotikon (australOpus 2) in artificial memory trace’s evolving matrix of sounds, insisting on its potential
along focused listening…

 

 

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