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Amper-O-Mat / By The Ruins Of Babillon
Album:By The Ruins Of Babillon Collection:General
Artist:Amper-O-Mat Added:09/2014
Label:Slusaj Najglasnije! 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-09-19 Pull Date:2014-11-21 
Week Ending:23 Nov2 Nov12 Oct28 Sep
Airplays:1121

 Recent Airplay
1.Nov 18, 2014:In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand: 1, 2, 3, 4!!!!
Part 2: The Symphony Of Collapsing Levels
4.Oct 06, 2014:Deep Sea Didgeridoo
Part 3: By The Ruins Of Babillon
2.Oct 27, 2014:Deep Sea Didgeridoo
Part 2: The Symphony Of Collapsing Levels
5.Sep 22, 2014:Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
Part 2: The Symphony Of Collapsing Levels, Part 1: Human Braindrown
3.Oct 08, 2014:Brownian Motion
Part 2: The Symphony Of Collapsing Levels

Album Review
Rob Cunningham
Reviewed 2014-09-12 
Amper-O-Mat / By the Ruins of Babylon
Label: Slusaj Najglasnije!

Rob Cunningham
Reviewed: 9/5/2014

Experimental music from Slovenia consisting of rapid-fire electronic beats and synthesizer, punctuated at seemingly random intervals by samples of speech and noises/sound effects. The overall effect is of a hardcore/industrial/gabber type sound sped up so fast as to transcend those genres and produce a wall of noise. This artist claims to improvise his material and record all tracks in a single take, which would go a long way in explaining the chaotic construction of these tracks.

FCCs: None in English. However several vocal samples are non-English, presumably Slovenian

1) (1:41) A countdown to an explosion starts off a short collage of noise, providing a fitting opener to this EP.

2) (5:38) *** Ridiculously fast & harsh rhythmic blast beats, interspersed with Slovenian speech samples. Recommended!

3) (19:11) A journey of noise. You never know where you’ll end up next, whether it’s the crack of electronic thunder rumbling in the distance, a cash register and a dentist’s drill doing a duet, a child singing a nursery rhyme through a distorted microphone, or those jackhammer beats that keep coming back. A lengthy section in the middle sounds like speed metal run through a blender. Recommended for adventurous DJs.

4) (4:49) The closest this EP comes to a more traditional hardcore techno sound, due to the relatively “slow” BPM of around 250. Hard-hitting, industrial and relentless.

Track Listing
1.Part 1: Human Braindrown 3.Part 3: By The Ruins Of Babillon
2.Part 2: The Symphony Of Collapsing Levels 4.Part 4: The Return Of The Hammer