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Ujif_notfound – Process
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Ujif_notfound – Process

Miron Ghiu - Jun 04, 2019

"Process" is an anthology of generative psychedelic music. The artist plays a lot with glitches and audio bits that may seem out of order but that's just until he reaches the perfect tempo, without using kicks or other tempo-driven elements.

Conjecture – V, the unconventional industrial sound forms
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Conjecture – V, the unconventional industrial sound forms

Miron Ghiu - May 27, 2019

Conjecture describes his latest release as an anti-body statement. The individual's disengagement from the human body and from all kinds of physical hypostases is portrayed through unconventional industrial sound forms. He is very strong in his textual presence describing "V", which is a conceptual work and must be listened on good speakers.

Valerinne – Desire
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Valerinne – Desire

Miron Ghiu - May 14, 2019

Formerly known as a post-rock trio, Valerinne really evolved on their 2019 album, due to the heavy use of synths, from both Alexandru Das and Liviu Stoicescu. The only unprocessed things in "Desire", recorded live in February 2019 at Studio 148, by Marius Costache, are the drums.

The Caretaker says goodbye with Everywhere at the end of time
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The Caretaker says goodbye with Everywhere at the end of time

Miron Ghiu - Apr 17, 2019

Exclusively inspired by "The Shining", Stanley Kubrick's cult movie starring Jack Nicholson as the lead character, The Caretaker uses lots of dark atmospheres and drones that haunt you since 1999, when the series of "Everywhere at the end of time" started. This 6th part, released by the History always favours the winners label is the final one.

Syntax – Current
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Syntax – Current

Miron Ghiu - Apr 09, 2019

Current, the latest full-length album by Syntax, a Bucharest-based artist, is an ode dedicated to electricity. Inspired by the late experiments of bands such as Kraftwerk, Alva Noto or Byetone, the eight tracks are exclusively instrumental and can be seen as post-human interfering with trans-humanist music.