|Sakamoto, Kenichi / Bio Feedback|
|Artist:||Sakamoto, Kenichi||Added:||May 2011|
|Add Date:||2012-03-17||Pull Date:||2012-05-19||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Apr 8||Mar 25|
|1.||Apr 05, 2012:||maximum entropy ii |
|3.||Mar 23, 2012:||Lost Verses |
|2.||Apr 04, 2012:||Ghost Trees |
|4.||Mar 20, 2012:||YOUTH DEMOGRAPHIC RADIO: NOWISON! |
“These internal works were created using a recorder and PC with psychic ability.” Tape rip from the Japanese experimental label Ginjoha—they send us the craziest stuff! For fans of the more experimental cuts of: Lunar Miasma, Red Electric Rainbow, Pine Smoke Lodge, Chapels |
1. (15:13) Starts off with high-pitched hissy electronic beats that would drive your dog crazy. Later transitions (with the help of some heavy industrial equipment humming) into a clicky percussive loop. It’s all catchy in the strangest way possible. At the 10:30 mark, the piece breaks down into squeaky feedback/intergalactic transmissions.
2. (15:15) Gentle, whispering intro. Slowly shifts into harsher vibes—deep resonating pulses and tangled knots of synthesizer. The last 5 minutes is probably the best of the entire album—a kaleidoscope of bewitched string elements, broken clockwork, spooky vocals, and that scene from Toy Story where all the toys came back to life and crawled out of that gunk, and it scared you so badly that you peed your pants.
|1.||Side A||2.||Side B|