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Author Topic: Videotrage - Signaltures Tape out now!  (Read 4410 times)
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« on: November 25, 2010, 10:04:06 PM »

Greetings.

Out now on Obscurex:
Videotrage - Signaltures Tape.
Cosmic and minimalist electronic music meets noisy new age sounds on this second release of finnish duo; Videotrage.
Pro dubbed tapes with bodyprints & professionally printed 2 sided colour j-card.

Few excerpts from the 40 minute album:
http://www.obscurex.org/vt1.mp3
http://www.obscurex.org/vt2.mp3
http://www.obscurex.org/vt3.mp3



5 Euros + Shipping.

Orders to:
niko[at]obscurex.org
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« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2010, 02:53:38 PM »

this tape is great.
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« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2010, 12:15:54 AM »

Review from Vital Weekly 759

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VIDEOTRAGE - SIGNALTURES (cassette by Obscurex)
From Finland hails Mika Ihanamaki and Sami
Kettunen, who work together as Videotrage. 'Signaltures' is their second release. Not much is forthcoming about them, but my best guess is that they love the synthesizers to be old and analogue. They buzz around nicely in the three tracks on side A and the side long trip on side B. Here even an old good vocoder is used for that spacious robot effect (I am reminded, rather fondly, of old Dutch masters Ende Shneafliet, although Videotrage use less rhythmmachines). You're on the air and we're floating into space, that sort of thing. The b-side has deep rhythm to somewhere like a space ship gentle crossing the sky and those computer game sounds (maybe that lovely Korg Monotron which are now so en vogue) to simulate the cosmic war. That's the direction we find these boys in. Heavy styled cosmic music, with some gentle moments, some mean ones and throughout well thought out. Science fiction music for the 'now' moment. (FdW)
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