Axiome ‎– Ça Ne Nous Rendra Pas Le Congo

Ant-Zen ‎– act116
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Comes in a transparent tray jewel case with a 4-page booklet.

Mastered at Syrphe, 2001.

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  • Matrix / Runout: pΔnteon Alsdorf 01361AA6 02404 94060


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February 16, 2015
while Rictus still was an industrial/Noise Release, this one seems to be meant in kinda "digital Processing" manner.
The structures are more progressive. The constructions are deep, partly dark, confusing but most still invitational without rythm in a pure click&Cut way.
while rictus still was a true Ant Zen release, this one could have been released on hymen as well.


December 15, 2007
How do words describe this venture.
Artistically placed, heavily sampled, over sampled and resampled to death. Noise thrown in for good measure.
Track two starts off nicely with the loop of a scratchy record (sounding). It slow builds with spacey noisy samples which seem to high light the continuous beat the loop makes. It is slow beat, yet it is pulsating in your body. A track that could seemingly going on forever and still be able to keep you at bay.
Track three has some wonderful stereo samples in the intro. A disconnected beat makes its way in. Some interesting experimentalistic qualities highlighted with a quirky bass beat bouncing off the walls.
track four and five are nicely done. The music has become less noisy, and more experimental, yet in an ambient sense. The music is spacey, yet mechanical sounding. Drones seem to hover around the quirky high pitched sounds. heavily chopped up voice to close out track 4.
Track five continues along the same lines. The BPM's have increased a little, creating a faster pace. The looped samples are still present. A flash noise returns, and returns to the sounds at the beginning of the cd.
Track six and seven mix well. The ambience in a light noisy sense splurges into a looped mix of liquid samples, creating a texture of goo and darkness.
Track eight starts off in a deep trance way. The beat is very hypnotic. Some quiet noise builds around the beat and brings you to the next dimension. A groove track for the psychedelic dancefloor. By far my favorite on the disc. The beat is heavy, and saturated with drugged out ecstasy. This track demands to be loud.
And just when you thought it were to end, it brings you back to your bliss.
Track nine is rather comical and cartoonish sounding. It however is still a top notch track in the disc. You hear fireworks, quirky annoying old computer game sounds. It is short lived, and could have gone a little longer.
Track ten reverts backs to some serious listening. It seems to become more serious and defined at this point. It starts to resemble experimental techno from the start. The beat is choppy and disconnected. Duel beats at 4:09, mixing with some flagrant noise.
Track eleven becomes a more environmental sounding track. You can hear looped and oversampled frogs/cricket type sounds reverberating around a single consistent bass beat. Interrupted by some foreign voice. There are many layers in this track which takes the ambient shape.
Track twelve is again quirky samples taking shape of something, (:52 is the start of interesting samples.) resembling and insect infestation or a mouse/rat infestation. It was quickly paced and filled with mechanical creature sounds.
Track Thirteen reminds me of a demonic music box with a ballerina. Some evil, yet sounding so sweet to the ears. It sound's like "evil" chimes are trying to overcome the "good" The music quickly becomes the opposite sound or rendition of the above. It is dark, and ritualistic sounding.It is the "evil victory" cry. Sounding as sinister as evil is. Another highlight track. This is truly an amazing track. (I need to replay this one).
This is an excellent cd.