Review of Altered Carbon by Richard Gürtler now on Relaxed Machinery

Following his review of “Weightless Hours” on Relaxed Machinery, Richard Gürtler looks back in time to its predecessor “Altered Carbon”.

“Welcome to the lush sonic garden of Les Scott, the sole protagonist of Neu Gestalt!!! “Convergence” is slightly more minimal moodscape, yet still packed with broad palette of gently flickering escapades. “Artefact” integrates again more active beats, hauntingly melted with glitchy ingredients and vivid piano and synthetic textures. “Fissure” dives at the beginning into rather mysterious terrains, but soon some minimal, cyber-tech noises backed by warmer washes take the lead. The next piece, “Frozen Ground”, comes with razor sharp synthetic rhythms that steal the show…”

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http://relaxedmachinery.ning.com/profiles/blogs/my-review-of-altered-carbon-cd-by-neu-gestalt

http://www.discogs.com/Neu-Gestalt-Altered-Carbon/release/1717585

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