Steve Roach, Vir Unis ‎– Blood Machine

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1 Dissolving The Code 7:28
2 Evolution 11:38
3 Impulse 10:07
4 Neurotropic 6:23
5 Mindheart Infusion
Percussion – Jeffrey Fayman
12:20
6 Sense 7:57
7 Neural Connection
Percussion – Jeffrey Fayman
12:07
8 In The Marrow 5:15

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"Symbiotic blood machines dream of electric bodies while immersed in a light fantastic..."

Arranged, recorded and submixed at the Bubble and the Timeroom 2000-2001.
Final mixes at the Timeroom, January-February 2001.

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skopp

skopp

July 11, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

A collection of brilliantly produced pieces. Each track reflects every ounce of love and emotion that was poured into it. This album soothes your ears if you give it an undemanding listen, but give it your full attention, and it will truly immerse you in its sounds.
kingwiltsu

kingwiltsu

July 13, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Truely a class of its own. Eight perfect pieces traveling through your blood system. Rhytmically superior to anything else the Blood Machine graps you from the very first minute to a unbelievable journey. Everything oozes with sheer quality and brilliancy, no sound is useless, no second is boring.
Bahamut

Bahamut

March 25, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The electronic music of the future is here! On Blood Machine, the skilled and talented Roach and Unis combine delightful, futuristic soundscapes with complex "fractal rhythms". The result is a truly breathtaking and fascinating journey through a futuristic soundworld. Perfect for chilling with headphones.

The compositions really draw you in, in a subtle and slowly evolving manner...and they manage to hold your interest for most of the time (except for some long fade outs).
The sounds are fresh and deep and the rhythms are unlike anything you've heard before.. amazing stuff! Production quality is awesome as well.

Blood Machine is far ahead of anything that tries to create a deep/floating/spacy atmosphere by combining textures and rhythms - from other Ambient/Chillout to Drum 'n Bass to IDM - it all sounds dated and primitive compared to this.
A masterpiece. 10/10