Submersion ‎– Deluge

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Tracklist

1 Armitage Trepanation 8:46
2 Sublevel Drastic 10:22
3 Inundate 8:35
4 Dark Circles 8:38

Notes

Treated cassette, synth/fx, feedback, field recordings (spring storms, the valley).
November 2010 through May 2011.

First run of 50 copies released in August 2011. Additional run of 50 copies released in December 2011.

Comes in a labeled, hand-numbered clamshell case, housed in a resealable cellophane envelope with printed transparent inlay.

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  • Matrix / Runout: 80 PG7681

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Submersion Deluge(4xFile, MP3, 320) Not On Label (Submersion Self-released) none US 2011
none Submersion Deluge(4xFile, ogg) Not On Label (Submersion Self-released) none US 2011
none Submersion Deluge(4xFile, MP3, VBR) Not On Label (Submersion Self-released) none US 2011
none Submersion Deluge(4xFile, FLAC) Not On Label (Submersion Self-released) none US 2011
none Submersion Deluge(4xFile, ALAC) Not On Label (Submersion Self-released) none US 2011

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lieuwe

lieuwe

November 3, 2012

Nice album, highly recommended!!!!
pinkspace

pinkspace

January 1, 2012
edited over 9 years ago

This album is completely fantastic. Dense, rain-soaked tape drones and chords wash over minimal throbbing rhythms. Although it is a pretty unique listen, if I were forced to compare this to anything, I would point to Wolfgang Voigt's GAS project. Despite the immediate want for this album to be longer, for my taste, I think the LP-length runtime works well considering how many times I repeatedly listened to this upon discovering it. Perfect womblike music for late nights indoors with a soft pillow and a warm paperback. Highly recommended, and it would be stellar to see this material issued on vinyl someday.
LEFTTHESITE

LEFTTHESITE

August 15, 2011

I found this interesting as a natural progression from 1980's music concrete into the post BC sound of the latest decade. However, it tires easily, and would have benefited with a little less drone and more complex layering of DT. Back in 1989 I had a copy of Werkbund's Skagerrak which I used to listen too when enclosed in one of those float tanks that were all the rage in London at the time. It was brilliant, under water water music.... I think this Submersion would work in the same environment; whether it would give me such fond memories 20 years time is doubtful. Still, it's worth having around.