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The Antikythera Mechanism
The Antikythera Mechanism (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WIN 027LP. Rel: 05 May 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Arcturus Alpha Boo (10:42)
  2. Metonic Spiral (9:47)
  3. The Exeligmos Pointer (9:21)
  4. Time Dislocated In The Mechanism (9:30)
  5. Epicylic Gearing (10:00)
  6. Fragment F (10:16)
  7. On The Eight Of The Anthesterion (19:28)
Review: For his latest album as Atomine Elektrine - his first for esteemed Dutch imprint Winter Light - Peter Andersson has drawn inspiration from the Antikythera Mechanism, a real-life ancient Greek device that is widely thought to have been the world's first "analogical computer". The album's six tracks are as magical and mythical as the discovered device that inspired them, with Andersson cannily fusing layered field recordings and strange, spaced-out noises with swelling ambient chords, slowly unfurling melodies and spacey sampled noises to create audio collages that defy lazy categorization. It reminded us a little of some of the darker and weirder outings of the KLF during their brief ambient period (think the lesser known "Rites of Mu" and "Waiting" soundtracks), albeit with more intergalactic ethos.
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The Antikythera Mechanism
Cat: WIN 027. Rel: 05 May 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Arcturus Alpha Boo
  2. Metonic Spiral
  3. The Exeligmos Pointer
  4. Time Dislocated In The Mechanism
  5. Epicylic Gearing
  6. Fragment F
Review: For his latest album as Atomine Elektrine - his first for esteemed Dutch imprint Winter Light - Peter Andersson has drawn inspiration from the Antikythera Mechanism, a real-life ancient Greek device that is widely thought to have been the world's first "analogical computer". The album's six tracks are as magical and mythical as the discovered device that inspired them, with Andersson cannily fusing layered field recordings and strange, spaced-out noises with swelling ambient chords, slowly unfurling melodies and spacey sampled noises to create audio collages that defy lazy categorization. It reminded us a little of some of the darker and weirder outings of the KLF during their brief ambient period (think the lesser known "Rites of Mu" and "Waiting" soundtracks), albeit with more intergalactic ethos.
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 in stock $15.84
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