Purgateus

by aliceffekt

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Serge Stegloff
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Serge Stegloff A music peripheral movement. Favorite track: Looking For Silent Hills.
Michael Gulu
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Michael Gulu Amazing ambient drones to get lost in Favorite track: The Six New Gods.
c. thielen
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c. thielen Expansive icy pads drone continuously into the ether of each track. There is no landscape untouched by the terse minimalism of aliceffekt's geo-oriented guidance. Beyond simply being an incredible experiment in atmosphere, the drone belongs to a concept of alternative origin, its protean roots being literally inverted. It is God-forsaken, cold, and uninhibited, but somehow it maintains grounding in something other, something beautiful, something formed. Favorite track: Inverted Alps in Spring.
James Campbell
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James Campbell This album is great to walk about and see hidden things... Favorite track: Inverted Alps in Spring.
Jack O' Malley
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Jack O' Malley Fantastic work, the mod is incredible. Favorite track: Inverted Alps in Spring.
James Wood
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James Wood This soundtrack is testimony to the wonderfully varied nature of aliceffekt's repertoire. If you have not experienced Purgateus I hope this soundtrack persuades you to dive in.
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The album was recorded walking around Purgateus.
More Details: wiki.xxiivv.com/purgateus

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released May 22, 2014

Devine Lu Linvega, Ed Key, David Kanaga
Special Thanks to: Ian Snyder, Brandon Boyer, Elodie Lareine

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Devine Lu Linvega

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