Un Festin Sagital / Deimos
Album: Deimos   Collection:General
Artist:Un Festin Sagital   Added:Jan 2014
Label:Black Horizons  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2014-01-09 Pull Date: 2014-03-13 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Mar 16 Mar 2 Feb 2 Jan 26 Jan 19
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 2

Recent Airplay
1. Mar 13, 2014: The Sunset Life
Ni Sobreproteccion, Ni Descuido
4. Jan 20, 2014: Deathcrush
2. Feb 24, 2014: Deathcrush
La Ofrenda Danzante Del Cuerpa Enamorado, Terror Diluviano
5. Jan 16, 2014: The Sunset Life
3. Jan 27, 2014: Deathcrush
La Ofrenda Danzante Del Cuerpa Enamorado
6. Jan 15, 2014: Brownian Motion

Album Review
The Grunt
Reviewed 2014-01-17
Un Festin Sagital
Tags: Chile, Experimental Electronics, Drone
RIYL: The Residents, Drone

Great! Experimental electronics from Santiago, Chile. Odd electronic compositions and a production that sounds almost underwater makes for a very unique sound. I was super jazzed by Side A because it sounds very much like The Residents in their prime. Side B is totally different, going for more of a drone and very light noise feeling. This is an ULTRA RARE release (cassette-only, limited to 100 copies, Oct 2013). Play this and MENTION THAT IT'S RELEASED ON BLACK HORIZONS.

Side A
1.) Weird tremeloed / warbly synths and male then female chanting overtop. Medium weird.
2.) Clean meandering bassline, piano hits, psychedelic sound effects. Male and female affected vocals. Cool-ass garbled chopped up piano solo. Last minute is soft static and cool noises.

Side B
3.) Ritual Drone. Sounds like bowed cello and violin / flute with lots of echo. Brief echoey spoken words segments bubble up. Pleasantly dark. Made in collaboration with Deciduous Flux. Minimum Entropy.
4.) Ambient drone with twinkling programmed synths, rhythmic clicks, and an omnipresent weird rumbling noise.

Track Listing
1. Terror Diluviano   3. Deimos
2. La Ofrenda Danzante Del Cuerpa Enamorado   4. Ni Sobreproteccion, Ni Descuido