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The debut album of repetition/distract reveals sheer beauty. Full of strange noises, drones, post-rock-influences, feedback and ambient soundscapes, it sometimes makes "darkside" look like a sissy. Get out those headphones and turn the lights off.

The songs on "Recordings 07/2004 - 05/2005" are of a laid-back deepness that is hardly to be found in electronic music at all. When listening to the organic shifts, it's sometimes hard to believe that the whole piece was programmed without using any live instruments nor a midi-keyboard.

From the disturbing drum weirdness of "Kurhotel, Sewastopol" via the wonderful feedback melodies of "black black black BLACK" to the shoe-gazing madness of "Wir warten darauf, dass das Leben beginnt." and closing with the journey that is "She lays here head in there" - this album is a true modern masterpiece.

Melancholic, disturbing, uplifting, cerebral, sacral - the perfect soundtrack for your dreams and nightmares.

01     REPETITION/DISTRACT - KURHOTEL, SEWASTOPOL 6.8 MB 6.8 MB

02     REPETITION/DISTRACT - A VISITOR FOR MR. MERRICK, FROM HELL 4.1 MB 4.1 MB

03     REPETITION/DISTRACT - BLINK, AND YOU'LL BE EVEN MORE CONFUSED 7.8 MB 7.8 MB

04     REPETITION/DISTRACT - PARACETAMOL 6.2 MB 6.2 MB

05     REPETITION/DISTRACT - BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK 8.3 MB 8.3 MB

06     REPETITION/DISTRACT - WIR WARTEN DARAUF, DASS DAS LEBEN BEGINNT 4.8 MB 4.8 MB

07     REPETITION/DISTRACT - DOES IT HELP(HURT), LOVING? 5.7 MB 5.7 MB

08     REPETITION/DISTRACT - SHE LAYS HER HEAD IN THERE: LUMBER 4.3 MB 4.3 MB

09     REPETITION/DISTRACT - SHE LAYS HER HEAD IN THERE: CONDOR 2.6 MB 2.6 MB

10     REPETITION/DISTRACT - SHE LAYS HER HEAD IN THERE: PANORAMA 4.1 MB 4.1 MB




joseph [ gent, belgium, 2006-04-10 09:20:36 ]
I downloaded this a week ago and I can't stop listening, it just gets sweeter and sweeter. Thanks a lot - Plainaudio rocks!

Den lille Greger [ Helsingborg, Sweden, 2007-04-18 19:58:27 ]
Moody, fuzzy and warm... excellent work! Reminds me of my first discoveries with Muslimgauze (thats a compliment!)
Keep it flowin' mate!