Freeform ‎– Heterarchy

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Worm Interface ‎– WI SE01
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1 Culk 3:54
2 Late Surface 1:19
3 Caniton Web 6:56
4 Abscence 6:27
5 Blot 1:37
6 Vent 8:26
7 Anti Zok 6:27
8 Sectors 2:22
9 Unres 3:31
10 Relocation 10:55
11 Namme 9:21
12 O 5:44

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All parts written ninetysix.

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 9, 2013

HETERARCHY carries on from Freeform's first album, ELASTIC SPEAKERS, with more IDM, pushing the abstraction further. He establishes a moody feel immediately, with the twitchy "Culk," but "Caniton Web" is almost all about the granular rhythm, with the icy tones as more of an accompaniment. The tracks seems more spacious here, incorporating silences more often, and the interludes are much more abstract. Even longer tracks, like "Abscence," follow their own internal logic rather than go along a predictable path. Sure, some track, such as "Vent" , have a tendency to wander, but "Anti Zok" re-establishes a rhythmic pattern, though it still wobbles this way and that, with hints of free jazz (a feel that reprises in "Unres"). "Relocation" trucks in some ethnic sounds and instrumentation (perhaps a precursor to his future AUDIOTOURISM series) but even this eventually gives way the abstraction, which "Namme" carries along. And, finally, "0" ends the album on an icy note, the sounds of an arctic submarine. Definitely for those who like their music more on the fragmented side.