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Drexcited Secede levels of atmosphere in this one. Masterful. It takes you in from start to finish. A warmth and fullness which is very hard to find. Thank you so much for this.

Sending Orbs <3 Favorite track: Spring / Summer.
Rob Bertken
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Rob Bertken Like magic, all the things that used to agitate slide out of consciousness leaving only vast, ever-expanding spaces to explore asking "What if you had all the time in the world?" Favorite track: Spring / Summer.
Sergey Eybog
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Sergey Eybog A wonderful journey through a sea of regulated noise and subtle melodies. Music for night listening. Favorite track: Sight Of Field.
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ooloo what a beautiful release! goes from the most mystical places of fax records to the most obscure tracks of chain reaction records
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Diacedita 06:43
Frame Math 10:44


At what point in their development did cities start their expansion into the earth?
Finland's Juho Hietala takes us through a perpetual urban twilight of subways, underground railway stations, pipes and conduits.
Meticulously tweaked, "Diacedita" is a precise articulation of a muffled existence, trapped beneath artificial light. Events take place far away, their presence rendered indistinct by the time they reach you. "Revelation 21:1" captures the distant noise of machineparts grinding against eachother. "Frame Math is a rippling fountain of indistinct sounds, while the barely discernable rhythms of "Nyt Revisited" come closest to evoking a city where no one has a home, merely a destination.

- Ken Hollings, The Wire #275


released September 16, 2006

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Published on CD by Sending Orbs (cat. no. SO004)
Artwork by Jeroen Advocaat


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