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Saturday, June 30, 2007

MORGAN PACKARD - Airships Fill The Sky


PACKARD, Morgan - Airships Fill The Sky (Anticipate US) Comentários: Packard seems to have an innate ability to take risks others would be too fearful to even attempt, and in doing so he has created an album which is brave, bold and genuinely inspiring. Utilising his obvious computer processing skills and pitting them against environmental recordings and deconstructed beats, Packard has created an album that falls somewhere between the gorgeous glacial experimentation of 12k (think Shuttle 358 or Taylor Deupree), the reduced techno experimentations of Sahko and the endless cinematic vistas of Murcof. Sounding both referential and unique at the same time, "Airships Fill The Sky" is an album that I just keep on going back to - and if this isn't enough for our tiny minds to handle, there's another full album in DVD format, 'Unsimulatable' which sees Packard's audio experiments set to equally moving visuals by Joshue Ott. These intricate and somewhat polar-looking meshes of computer generated lines and textures are weirdly alluring and should have you in a James Woods-style state in no time - trust me. Packard has created a truly captivating album here which we're totally passionate about, we implore you to investigate, it's one of the year's finest. Essential purchase. in boomkat [Para Ouvir]

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Blogger j. said...

capa lindíssima...

Monday, 09 July, 2007  
Blogger electriklife said...

a música também :)

Tuesday, 17 July, 2007  

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