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Studio Album, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Solitary Disembarkment (23:03)
2. Type:One [Stationery Movement] (2:39)
3. Type:Two [The Backdown] (7:44)
4. Type:Three [Mimesis] (2:03)
5. Type:Four [Overflow] (2:26)
6. Type:Five [Unfaithful Resolution] (2:40)
7. Type:Six [The Screw] (9:36)
8. The Withdrawal (23:47)

Line-up / Musicians

Clinton Williams / electronics & effects

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Review by philippe
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3 stars This New Zealand's moody avant-minimal-electronic project reached the pinnacle of its history with the release of the sublime Tracer (2005). With Interior Desolation we go back to the original Omit's sound which is not quite different from their last efforts, delivering long monotonous hypno-textures, loops and micro-electronic clicks. However the difference appears in the arrangements. The sonic electronic atmosphere of Interior Desolation is disturbed by alienated, negative, evocative schyzo noises and effects that give to this album a rather bizarre & creepy dimension. the epic dark experimental ambient Solitary disembarkment is one of the central pieces here: a gory / bloody traumatic hypno-electronic piece covered (during the first minutes) by abusively violent noises of animals...the ambience becomes totally surreal and seriously haunted with a general mood that recalls Conrad Schnitzler's buzzing electronic effort called Zug. The backdown tooks back the same ingredients, extended spectral noises, deeply cinematic, dangerous, sinister, melancholic organs, hypnotic-looped drum pulses. Mimesis, Unfaithful resolution are also spacious, catchy and weird electronic mechanics. The withdrawal which closed the album is the second haunting epic piece and once again it starts with terrifying sampled concrete noises to reach into a tense, buzzing electronic effervescence. Not revolutionnary but brilliantly immersive, nightmarish / electronic-horror experience not recommended to everyone. Fans of Conrad Schnitzler, Seesselberg, Asmus Tietchens should give listen.

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