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Omit (Clinton Williams)

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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Bridge Rectifier (8:21)
2. Uniselector (3:27)
3. Full Relay (3:15)
4. Timer-Run (4:06)
5. Divider (4:01)
6. Isolator (6:21)
7. A/D Unit (3:16)
8. Pivot Cycle (3:43)
9. Rejector (7:24)
10. NanoPut (9:21)
11. Shell (3:51)
12. Ripple (6:48)
13. Bistable (3:13)

Line-up / Musicians

Clinton Williams / electronics & effects

Releases information

Anomalous Records NOM 19

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4 stars Real time progressive electronic sounds in the tradition of first attempts from 70s Berlin underground scene. This work came out with the idea of running throw evocative, spectral soundscapes full of drones textures, micro accidents and events. "Bridge rectifier" contains abrasive, fuzzing sounds and noises obtained by electronic collages and manipulations. After two minutes we go into a spherical, monotonous but highly powerful dronescape. "Uniselector" is much more rhythmical with repetitive hypnotic percussions and discreet ambient synth lines. "Full relay" catches the essence of floating, abstract, static drones (this composition reminds some Conrad Schnitzler materials). "Divider" features a haunted, vicious space fuzz with delicate rhythmical patterns. "Bistable" and "Rejector" present other variations of moody, dark continous sounds with electronic clicks to stress the minimal aspect of the music. A dark, glacial and gorgeous listen. The best will come with the surprising "Tracer".

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