Severence ‎– Hidden Ceilings

BineMusic ‎– BINE 030CD
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1 Portus 11:53
2 Reflection 4:23
3 Adrift 11:35
4 Immerse 8:20
5 Fuse 5:22
6 Modulate 7:02
7 Void 8:06
8 Deluge 5:24
9 Detachment 10:04

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  • Barcode: 880319623028
  • Matrix / Runout: CA BINE030CD @@

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BINE 030CD Severence Hidden Ceilings(CD, Album, Promo, Car) BineMusic BINE 030CD Germany 2013 Sell This Version


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December 20, 2014
Stunning textures and melodies washing in and out of earshot..A great and relaxing album.


December 28, 2013
edited over 3 years ago

This is the best album of 2013. I don't know how many times I've played this album at night on long drives, but it's extremely addictive, and completely satisfying. You can't get to know this album by samples and short clips. It has to be experienced from start to finish to be understood, but once you do that, you can hear what makes it so special. I feel there's basically an induction phase to this album, that goes on for about the first 4 tracks. This is not to say that those tracks aren't good, because they are. Track #1 is one of the best on the album, but these first 4 lull you into a sense of calm, and prepare you to be dazzled by more complexity later. I love the way this album is laid out. Perfect.


September 20, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
Chord stabs hit differently timed delays, which travel through effect chains in which the parameters slowly shift. Other than that, there is only, occasionally, a muted kick drum. Earlier tracks kind of an aquatic wash. Attacks grow sharper as the CD progresses.


September 7, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

Yagya, Pole, Vladislav Delay, Chain Reaction, Kit Clayton, Deepchord fans - YOU MUST GET THIS!! A album that could be one of the best dub-techno albums releases this year! So-far for me it is!!! This is deep absorbing dub elemental minimalism with ambient that gradually manifests into moments of dub-techno that's submerged somewhere between minimal rhythm and abstract. A album which is part Vladislav Delay/Pole, part Deepchord, part Kit Clayton, part Yagya; yet so very well put together while never really drifting into full blown rhythm orientated dub-techno; but just wonderfully incorporating the fundamental bare structures that can make dub-techno so hypnotic and addictive as Severence here manipulates, tweaks, sequences, and implements clever use of delays, reverbs, echoes, glitch, minimalism, and of-course dub. This is music where the ambient will float you, the abstract will chill you, and the dub-techno will certainly absorb you. A very immersive listening experience from an artist I shall now be very much be keeping an eye-on, and with all credit to the increasingly brilliant BineMusic label for bringing this very recomended release... A well deserved 9.5/10.