Lewis Fautzi: The Gare Album (Soma, 2014)

April 25, 2014 at 10:21 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Lewis Fautzi: The Gare Album

Lewis Fautzi: The Gare Album

This one’s been a Crush Collision favorite of mine lately. Total staring-into-the-void techno. Minimal, pounding beats, drifting atmospheres, machine tones, no melodies, no emotion. Actually, “The Other Side of Reality” has a slight bit of an eerie melody, and kind of a skippy beat. And there’s a few shorter, more interlude-y tracks (“Signal”, “Opaque”, “Psychiatric”) which have little to no beats. And then the final track (“Other Planet”) is a stunning step onto another planet’s soil, reminiscent of the best non-dancefloor experimental ’90s techno. Sounds very soothing to my ears.

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