Indiana Drones ‎– Indiana Drones

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Carpe Sonum Records ‎– SEIZE-II
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Tracklist

1 Part I 28:42
2 Part II 4:32
3 Part III 12:07
4 Part IV 19:38
5 Part V 14:32

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Credits

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This project was recorded in November 2012 and was originally intended to be released on Pete Namlook's Fax + 49-69/450464 record label. Immediately after completing the recording I tried to get in touch with Pete which led to the tragic discovery of him having passed away.

Recorded November 2012 in Berlin, Germany
Mastered by Manmade Mastering, Berlin.

First release on new label Carpe Sonum Records. CD came packaged with a replacement insert. The original insert arrived damaged from plant. Barcode (EAN) is found on a sticker on outer plastic wrap for copies sold through Kudos (but not for copies sold directly from Carpe Sonum).

In memory of Pete Namlook.
Limitation: 500 copies

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5050580597648

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MO 01 Indiana Drones Indiana Drones(5xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Not On Label (Material Object Self-released) MO 01 Germany 2013
SEIZE-II Indiana Drones Indiana Drones(5xFile, FLAC, Album) Carpe Sonum Records SEIZE-II US 2013
MO 01 Indiana Drones Indiana Drones(5xFile, WAV) Not On Label (Material Object Self-released) MO 01 Germany 2013

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NolanCa

NolanCa

August 23, 2013

For me, listening to Material Object's ambient works brings sci-fi visuals to my mind that tend to take me through the depths of space. This album is no exception, conjuring up images of a haunting yet beautiful sci-fi space epic. From the booting up of computer systems to the hum of a drifting spaceship. Wandering through the ships empty corridors, listening to the distant sound of the engine room while looking out to the black vacuum of space. Eventually noticing the beauty of the cosmos. Passing by immense nebulas and drifting through vast galaxies, in awe over its serene beauty. Such an amazing album! Highly recommended!