|1.||"Salaam Alekum Bastard" (7:15)|
|2.||"Dome Of The Rock" (10:00)|
|1.||"Hebron Massacre" (short mix) (11:43)|
|2.||"Caste The First Stone" (4:40)|
|1.||"Poona Eunuch" (Zealot mix) (1:58)|
|1.||"Mandarin Guerilla" (6:24)|
|3.||"Salaam Alekum Bastard" (5:53)|
"Plug in your headphones, drown out the world, and set out on a mystic voyage of Earth through the lens of Kybele," reads the blurb for this unarguably cinematic electronic album. It's not hard to understand where the producer is coming from with that description - with so many soundscapes happening on this record it's hard to know where to begin. What's more important, though, is the authenticity that each style is treated with. The space-age sci-fi ambience of 'Phones' doesn't feel like the stereotypical tacked-on interlude which has plagued lazy dance records for aeons. The pseudo-80s synth grooves of 'Phase Lines' are no cheap pastiche efforts. Throw in some warm, rave-informed downtempo ('Yahuda') and low slung percussive chug ('Culto') and you start to understand our point.
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