Koronar ‎– Biopunk Romantica

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Sturm ‎– Mandat Nr. 32
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1 Pestītāja 3:51
2 Push It Out
Vocals – Vic Anselmo
4:04
3 Godzilla Baby
Vocals – Vic Anselmo
6:33
4 Your Light 3:02
5 Kantaina Peža 3:51
6 Help 5:49
7 Atom Samurai 5:12
8 Scratch Me 6:19
9 Stigmata Plague 2:33
10 Ministry Of Love 6:26
11 Biomechanical Research 7:00
12 Nephilim City 3:58
13 Lenoras Sapņi 4:59
14 Nektārs 6:01
15 Vraks 1:37

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December 22, 2015
KORONAR music is a frantic copulating of rhythmic noise and ambient harmonics. This is an Arthur Berzinsh's prosection of inner contradiction nodus in progress, under a very personal project designation emphasizing a fateful component of the author’s existence - but a two chamber heart within his chest. 'Biopunk Romantica' is a 70 minutes' sellection of tracks from all sonic output since 1998, where floating audio fractal fibres and clashing rusty mechanisms morph irriversably and mutate with pop, jazz, 8-bit, and other music elements into a new metaphysical effigy. The album features Mora Ergana as female vocalist and guitar manipulations from Herman Rigmants. This biopunk creation has nothing to do with the sci-fi cyberpunk genre branch exploring the social and psychological aspects of gene enginering though. In this particular biopunk concept biology is a contrasting allegory of human metaphisical system, mutual relationships, inner contradictions and survival endeavours in frames of society. It is a revalation, that we are not individual and independent – we all form one organism, a system, a scheme, a framework for ever being entirely interconnected.