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BIOSPHERE AND DEATHPROD: STATOR

Biosphere

 

Progressive Electronic

3.91 | 4 ratings

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admireArt
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4 stars Two worlds collide independently.

STATOR, 2015, is more or less evenly disposed between Geir Jenssen "Biosphere" and Helge Sten "Deathprod". (3 Biosphere's and 4 Deathprod's songs).

Helge Sten previously associated with Supersilent and Motorpsycho (between 1992?1994; frequent guest and producer 1994?2002 and 2007), began this DEATHPROD solo project in 1991 and has released some boxes of its recorded material.

Anyway, the contrast of musical languages in this kind of separate collaboration makes the whole experience musically untangible the same as attractive. Biosphere's ways are more melodical and dream like. Deathprod's are more inclined to the noise/drone nightmarish ambients. Matched in perfect balance as creativity goes, one's language enhances the other's as well.

Now! It is hard to rate it as a single Biosphere project due to its inherent idea of separate collaboration in a single release. I mean 3 songs although perfect, are just 3 songs and Deathprod (not yet included in PA), also perfect adds up one more.

Nevertheless an easy ****4 "Progressive/Electronic collaboration" PA stars.

admireArt | 4/5 |

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