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Gnod / Infinity Machines
Album:Infinity Machines Collection:General
Artist:Gnod Added:05/2015
Label:Rocket Recordings 

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Add Date:2015-05-22 Pull Date:2015-07-24 
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1.Wed, 27 Jul 16:Your Imaginary Friend
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2.Tue, 05 Jan 16:lionel hutz
subwoofer etc rough best of 2015
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3.Tue, 17 Nov 15:lionel hutz
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Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2015-05-17 
The most kick ass mix of electronic and organic instruments make up this altogether spacey, dreamy, shocking, disturbing, hypnotic psyche noise fest. Built around cool beats this is pretty much all instrumental aside from some voice-over samples. Sexy and dreamy and great. For fans of F/i, Carlton Melton, things on Debacle and Inam records. It occurred to me that this is exactly what I would’ve imagined my beloved Pink Floyd having evolved into if they didn’t just stall and get stuck after Animals, instead went back to Atom Heart Mother and continued to evolve from there. All tracks are amazing.

1) (17:24) old school industrial electronics noise feel at first, vocal samples, I couldn’t make it out entirely but it sounds like interesting philosophical reflecting, about 6 minutes in a slow beat appears with mournful sax that reminds me of Swell Maps/Glaxo Babies more experimental stuff, piano, spooky and dramatic, epic
2) (10:40) FCC
3)* (6:51) heavy electro simple beat, voice overs, disturbing as the beat grows distorted and feedback, killer
4) (17:45) begins very quiet, dreamlike electronics with serene pulsing evolving, almost heartbeat, mildly melodic, rhythmic, so amazing
5)* (18:46) very long quiet fade-in to epic plodding noise psyche that devolves into beautiful noise in the end, the best
6) (15:06) urgent electrobeat, subdued and dreamy, with swallowed indecipherable voice overs
7)* (5:15) driving rockin pounding, soaring synth and sax, gets effects laden in end, awesome
8) (17:32) begins with playground sounds, spooky dark echoey tones, then a nice slow drum beat with dreamy sax and other tones, quite chill, early Pink Floyd comes to mind somehow
9) (37:37) Live: almost inaudible for first 30 seconds, fade in of spaced out sounds, saxophone, builds upon a slow rhythmic beat, becomes a wall of sound of sorts, beat ends and the long piece ends as an atmospheric noise collage

Track Listing
1.Control Systems 5.White Privileged Wank
2.Collateral Damage 6.Spinal Fluid
3.Desire 7.Breaking The Hex
4.The Importance Of Downtime 8.Infinity Machines
 9.Gnod Live At Gorilla (Bonus)