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Bramble, “Cycle Stasis”

In Bramble’s newest album, Cycle Stasis, we encounter the deceptive stillness that accompanies the passage of time for all living things. We hear the gentle pulses of a pool burgeoning with life. We hear the echoes of a landscape devoid…

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BLÆRG, “Everything Was Altered”

The ego is an illusory construct endowed upon the human species as a motivational framework directed toward the goal of individual self preservation. Every individual’s over-identification with this scheme as it manifests in the public area lies at the root…

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Various Artists, “Nighttime Echoes”

What sounds do you hear in the night? Do you ruminate on feelings of fear, of guilt, of anxiety galloping through your head, unheeding of your pleas to stop? Do you hear the throbbing of your heart beating and your…

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Click Point, “Aon Part 1”

There are those who believe that there is another fabric of reality, that this fabric is populated by threads of consciousness that can reach out to us through sound, that if you listen, you can hear their messages through the…

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Metria, “Leaving The Burning Building”

Metria’s debut full-length album, “Leaving the Burning Building” brings the listener into the depth of the crumbling ash and industrial waste that is threatening to entomb the city of Detroit.  Gritty and unsettling, we hear the creaks, and drones and…

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BLÆRG, “Auspices and Vagaries”

Ever watch a 60’s movie set in the future? The kind where the sets are stark white with oddly shaped chairs in bright colors that don’t look the least bit comfortable, where the cars fly but are roughly the size…

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AMNION, “EXP 1”

In a lonely room a boy sits, slowly turning the broken knobs on an old AM radio. Between the indistinct scraps of local ball games and talk show pundits he hears the thin traces of a far off signal, these…

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