Troum & Yen Pox ‎– Mnemonic Induction

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TUMOR CD17 Troum & Yen Pox Troum & Yen Pox - Mnemonic Induction(CD, Album) Malignant Records TUMOR CD17 US 2002 Sell This Version
TUMOR CD17 Troum & Yen Pox Troum & Yen Pox - Mnemonic Induction(4xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Malignant Records TUMOR CD17 US 2015
TR-11 Troum & Yen Pox Troum & Yen Pox - Mnemonic Induction(CD, Album, RE, RM) Transgredient Records TR-11 Germany 2015 Sell This Version
BURNIN01 Troum & Yen Pox Troum & Yen Pox - Mnemonic Induction(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Burning Inside Records BURNIN01 Netherlands 2016 Sell This Version
BURNIN01 Troum & Yen Pox Troum & Yen Pox - Mnemonic Induction(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Yel) Burning Inside Records BURNIN01 Netherlands 2016 Sell This Version

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dalakouras

dalakouras

May 3, 2017
referencing Mnemonic Induction, CD, Album, TUMOR CD17

In Advaita Vedanta, Turiya is the state where any subject/object relationship is abolished, and the knower becomes what he knows. This record provides an analogous experience, since one does not just listen to this music but unavoidably becomes part of it. Troum and Yen Pox have created an unaccessible but eternal piece of art that transcends narrow genre definitions. This is not your ordinary minimal ambient drone folks.
schmohawk

schmohawk

December 4, 2016
referencing Mnemonic Induction, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, BURNIN01
a menacingly dark and brooding album. it's a shame they didn't issue the vinyl edition in a gatefold sleeve (akin to eald-ge-stréon).
dronesoul

dronesoul

July 7, 2011
referencing Mnemonic Induction, CD, Album, TUMOR CD17

ominous dark ambient at its best!
Afgod

Afgod

June 24, 2003
referencing Mnemonic Induction, CD, Album, TUMOR CD17

The ultimate dream-like ambient experience!

The album starts off with incredible low bass rumbles, and slowly blurry sounds start to rise from the depths. As the album progresses, more layers are added and substracted, building to beautiful melody-like sounds. 4 tracks, which flow into eachother very nicely, making it very good for continuous, uninterrupted listening.

The album seems to get better and better when it nears its end, which is absolutely amazing. From this collaboration came, for me, the best dark ambient album ever.

The outerworldly beautiful sounds cannot be described, you have to hear it for yourself. The whole album is very atmospheric, dream-like. It manages to keep the listener's attention by slow, but noticable changes, its all very dynamic.

This album is Troum and Yen Pox's absolute masterpiece and I cannot recommend it highly enough for those who like dark ambient.