2008. Shimmering glitchy samples and field recordings expertly woven into deep, warm, imaginative sonic experiences. Experimental ambient that rewards close listening.
"Loaded with a host of intriguing sounds, microsounds, ambient washes, and attention to detail. I recommend headphones to get full enjoyment from this release."
"It's more laid back than Distal, but still drenched in those random sound effects that give it that psychedelic feel... again, this is wonderful stuff, and everyone should give this a try"
Joe Rygwelski - Hypnos Forum
"Entia Non Fold (Dataobscura) • Nunc Stans Timeless (Dataobscura). Two superb slabs of speculative digital hijinks from Canada’s consistently reliable Dataobscura imprint. Entia Non is all over the proverbial net-label map, his scattershot EPs replicating across the bandwidth like a pernicious supervirus. Yet, it’s on Dataobscura where he truly shines. Fold draws its inspiration from Australia’s otherworldly topography, most of its sounds mutated field recordings that faintly echo their origins: the punch of wind through the bush, insect armies chattering away at twilight, and the caterwaul of mythic beasts altered electronically become drones bent sinister tarnished by staticky, purple atmospheres at itch with glitch. One would be hard-pressed to associate these prickly squalls of proudly electronic sound with anything organic, but the sense of drama built throughout makes for arresting listening. Geographic expanse and the shifting sands of memory bulk up the sonic aggregate of Timeless , its graying synths conjuring the brap of permafrost crackling against the hulls of abandoned vessels. “Labrador Sunrise,” nine minutes of arctic effigy and sisyphean chords, rivals the best of early Lull, Biosphere or Thomas Koner, every bit as riveting. Epoch-shattering ambience, naked, whooping and such-like. Darren Bergstein - Circuit Breakers / Signal to Noise #52
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