Mauxuam ‎– Viceversa

Interchill Records ‎– ichill cd033
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1 B4 After
Electric Piano [Wurly By] – Greg HunterProducer [Shuffled And Spliced By] – Mauxuam
2 Extended Body
Guitar, Viola, Performer [Glitches] – ShiranamiProducer [Stretched By] – MauxuamVocals [Vox] – Alan Watts
3 Jahnesh (Divine Cluster Version)
Bass Guitar – RobywanFlute – Organismic Craig Musham*Producer [Channelling By] – Mauxuam
4 Stones Of Gaza
Bass – RobywanProducer [Trashed By] – Mauxuam
5 Where Was I Going?
Instruments, Other [Objects By] – HousemakerProducer [Deconstrukted By] – Mauxuam
6 Viavai
Bass Guitar – Master MargheritaProducer [Cooked By] – Mauxuam
7 Ulezak (Snakebyte Rmx)
Producer [Dreamed By], Remix – Mauxuam
8 Cloudcycle
Bass Guitar – RobywanPerformer [Grains] – Greg Hunter, Mauxuam
9 ∞-1
Producer [A Lot Of Sounds Found By] – Mauxuam
10 Wiggly Things
Producer [Traced By] – MauxuamVocals [Vox] – Alan Watts

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Alan Watts speeches are from "The Future Of Communication" used by kind permission of Mark Watts.
Grown and distilled somewhere in between here and there.
Mixed at Sandokan Studio during 2k7/2k8.
Mastered at Hilton Grove Mastering - London.

Released in a 6-panel Digipak.

(c) & (p) mariko publishing ltd 2008

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060147121810
  • Matrix / Runout: | ICHILLCD033CD | ARABESQUE DISTRIBUTION LTD | 015999 |
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD12
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5Q75

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
disp002 Mauxuam Viceversa(10xFile, WAV, Album) Disposable.Audio disp002 2014
ICHILL CD 033 Mauxuam Viceversa(10xFile, FLAC, Album) Interchill Records ICHILL CD 033 Canada 2008


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April 2, 2011
edited over 8 years ago

Alien, twisted, stimulating and highly enjoyable fusion of musical styles and ideas.


November 12, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

Dark and experimental, this album is a real masterpiece of electronic music!
"Cloudcycle" track is very nice.


June 19, 2009

I had to try a listen through different moments of the day in order to find when Mauxua's ( Maurizio Liguori ) music is the more effective on my mood. My opinion is Viceversa fits much better for a night listening or more exactly when the outdoor context is dark, which also means a rainy day with a grey sky in full day for example.

The 3 last tunes nicely progress together, T8 & T9 got some similarities to me by their time running first, their deep peaceful hypnotizing power. T9 is different through its more unpolished sounding aspect, more audacious whereas T8 could sound more "classical" old school ambient production but results terribly successful with a voodoo hint. I've got a strong connection with the end of this album, that's the part i enjoy the most. Indeed, including T 10, these tracks aren't the most experimental or hybrid compared to other ones.

Saying that, i realize now the longer the Mauxuam's tunes are and generally more easily i can penetrate them & more i like them. T 5 constitutes a good example, with its night glacial atmosphere mixed with a lonesome feeling conferring a true tripping musical experience.

T3 is a song which deserves some comments too due to its thickness & mysterious side. It's a bit "the Jungle", like exploring alternatively falsely familiar areas & unexplored paths : exotically refreshing.

Concerning T1 named 'B4 After', i invite you to check what i already wrote in my comment about V/A Future Memories, also released on Interchill (if you didn't make it yet).

I will conclude with T4 which symbolises a bit the global spirit of this Chill-Out album from Mauxuam & permits me to sum up it. The music drives you in a discontinuous flow without shocks although Mauxuam doesn't hesitate to immerse you with several influences mixed, twisted or stretched tones, unpolished sounds & indus background samples. That's it : Mauxuam immerses you under tons of elements, all is soft but coming from everywhere!

Listening to Viceversa, is cerebrally involving : it switches on your brain & asks for all your free neurons available. Don't be afraid & come in.



August 20, 2008

This is not the warm, fuzzy, uplifting Interchill you think you know. THIS release is all about the DOWNlift.

This is music to accompany the rush of adrenaline as you wait around a dark corner, about to beat someone's ass.
Music to have in the background while you tell extravagant lies.
Music that doesn't encourage a pleasant trip while under the influence of psychedelics.
Definitely NOT music to spin up for a sunrise party, unless you're spinning in a dungeon with vampires.

This is music to kill robots to.


June 23, 2008

A bit surprising to see this release appear on Interchill, but nevertheless it's a refreshing change. A lot of the (so-called) psychedelic chill-out scene has gone mainstream this year, adding female vocals, and hoping to score top 40 hits. This release however opts to go the other way, down some dark twisted alley to a sleazy disco where the bass kicks like a mule. This is how dubstep would sound if it was fed through a psychedelic lense, highly recommended listening.