constructs immersive worlds from microsounds, noise fields, glitches, mutated drones and field recordings. The result is rich, fascinating, unpredictable and endlessly absorbing. Includes remixes by Machinefabriek, mise_en_scene, and Yukitomo Hamasaki.
Considering the way they both create their music, it was inevitable that Pleq (Bartosz Dsziadosz)
and Philippe Lamy
eventually would come to work together. They obviously share their musical vision, and they have the same focus on creating spacious yet incredibly detailed landscapes of sound. "Momentum"
seamlessly blends both artists' way of constructing "immersive worlds from microsounds, noise fields, glitches, mutated drones and field recordings"
Momentum takes the listener to imaginary landscapes, far far away, with tracks taking the time to develop in full. Immersive as they are, this is never "just" droning....there's alway a lot going on, showing enough details to keep your full attention.
Peter van Cooten
The album is completed with three remixes by Mise_En_Scene, Yukimito Hamasaki and Machinefabriek, respectively. (Considering the way they work and how prolific they both are, I wonder when we will see a full collaboration between Pleq and Machinefabriek)
Another review @ A Closer Listen
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Date - November 2012 // Total time - 72:18
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