Sendai ‎– Geotope



Terminal Silver Box
Following The Constant
A Refusal To Celebrate A Statistical Probability
Win Trepsit/Brief Delay
Further Vexations
Emptiness Of Attention

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
t2x20 Sendai Geotope(2xLP, Album) Time To Express t2x20 Belgium 2012 Sell This Version
t2x20 Sendai Geotope(8xFile, MP3) Time To Express t2x20 Belgium 2012
T2X20 Sendai Geotope(CDr, Album, Promo) Time To Express T2X20 Belgium 2012 Sell This Version



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July 1, 2012
referencing Geotope, 2xLP, Album, t2x20
What happens when Yves De Mey and Peter Van Hoesen collaborate on a project? You get a combination of De Mey’s skill in dynamic range and modular synthesis with Van Hoesen’s attention to composition and sound design. For their first full-length album, titled Geotope, the duo returns to the studio under the Sendai moniker, to deliver a textured sonic environment, finally satisfying our cravings since the fore-shadowing of the project with the two 12″ EPs: System Policy (2009) and Sustaining The Chain (2009). Opening up with deep pulsing drones and micro glitched high-frequency specks, the music spirals and coils into a darker, almost industrial, digital heartbeat. Things become even more interesting further down the road, where the duo flexes their DSP skills to lay down some of the best dark IDM, sinister electro, and tinkling remnants of abstract Autechresque rhythms. Released on Van Hoesen’s own label, Time To Express, this double vinyl is a culmination of the two musicians’ experiences while three years away from the project. Really enjoyed this one!