D'Arcangelo ‎– Audiovisual Designs

Audiovisual Designs ‎– AD 235CD, Rephlex ‎– AD 235CD
2 × CD, Album


1-1 Alpha Dream 2:57
1-2 Simple Science 3:21
1-3 Kreate 3:51
1-4 Tempo 3:22
1-5 Meta 4:10
1-6 Score 5 3:51
1-7 Sepotwoeight 3:51
1-8 Choices 3:48
1-9 Beta Too 4:33
1-10 Ascensional Melody 4:04
1-11 Faulty Memories 2:46
1-12 Rhy M 4:23
1-13 Projectoresque 4:15
1-14 Synth Away 4:14
2-1 Color Two 4:09
2-2 Sep On Acid 4:10
2-3 External Monday 4:22
2-4 Bet Root 3:35
2-5 Rugby Club 3:21
2-6 Wer To 4:04
2-7 Blue Pulse 4:28
2-8 Color One 3:56
2-9 Through The Red Ground 4:01
2-10 Beginx 4:05
2-11 Sparex 3:14
2-12 134 To The Hills 4:26

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed BySRD


Made in EU
Shaped and Programmed by Fabrizio and Marco D'Arcangelo

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 666908023529


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January 30, 2014
edited 7 months ago

D'arcangleo here showcase there ability to push braindance into challenging directions. Yet always maintain an absorbing attention holding listen with its unique experimental sides and edge techno-braindance-Idm music.

CD1: Technoid like metallic beats, analogue squelchy sweeps of acid-techno with tight Idm cobtrolled dynamic rhythms that come with a combination of analogue warmth and dense industrialism delivering some cool braindance music. Just think a blend of Eno, early Aphex Twin, elements of Tangerine Dream, early U-Ziq and even small influences of soulful sounds of Detroit styled techno that can be heard on some tracks. CD1 is a interesting album with its development that criss-cross and blend genres with both complexity and simplicity as there elements effortlessly get introduced in & out of each track bringing with it a good old school 90's equipment sound and feel to the music with a tighter, less experimental, melodic listen whem compared to CD2

CD2 leans towards the more aggressive grungy side of Idm-techno with a more dark dystopian moody atmospheres & more rapid-fire Aphex acid-Idm braindance influence, yet never predictable or too overly harsh on the ears, just rawer in approach with its combination of straightforward to twisting complex beats and rhythmic noise with some crazy whizzing acid-techno sweeps and patterns that again bring an old synth technology sound with it. The hyper driven momentum is certainly felt on CD2, though a sense of deepness and melodic depth can still be felt, and are moments that can still manage to provoke the thinker in you with some great slower Idm tracks too!

Both discs are a immersive listen through calm & controlled mayhem that will please anyone into braindance music where at times even the kitchen sink is thrown-in ...A well deserved 9/10.



January 30, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

CD 1: 8/10
CD 2: 9/10