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Author Topic: 'En Nihil - Elyseum' (SYN 003CD)  (Read 990 times)
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« on: April 22, 2011, 12:01:40 PM »

This new release is a self titled split album that sees the collaboration of two underground artists. The album was recorded in England and America producing a truly disturbing release.

En Nihil (Adam Fritz) began recording in 1994, and over the course of three years from 1994 to 1997 created a substantial amount of music stretching into every subgenre of the experimental realm. Everything from melodic "songs", tribal rhythms, ethereal drifts, dark ambient, chaotic harsh noise, rhythmic noise, cut-up sound collages, noise ambient, field recordings and so on, all of them with a dark, emotional side ranging from minimalism to detailed, heavily layered and intricate productions to pure improvisation. All of this illustrating a spectrum very few artists have explored this completely, and augmented every step of the way with an introspective understanding of personal darkness, the cryptic savagery of human emotion and the scrutiny of a critical mind looking at itself.

Elyseum is a British electronic music artist Mark Angel. Early work included experimentation with tapes and recorded sound to create loops and unearthly soundscapes. Further experimentation progressed to the use of modular synthesisers opening the door to pure electronic meaning. The Elyseum project began in late 2009 with the production of 'Bipolar' a progressive journey of electronic mantras and droning soundscapes

Out now on Syndrom Records

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