The Psychogeographical Commission

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The Psychogeographical Commission - Genius Loci album art The Psychogeographical Commission Genius Loci (Album) Acrobiotic UK 2008 Sell This Version
Acro 006 The Psychogeographical Commission - Patient Zero album art The Psychogeographical Commission Patient Zero(CD, Album) Acrobiotic Acro 006 UK 2010 Sell This Version
Acro 0009 The Psychogeographical Commission - Urban Psychetecture album art The Psychogeographical Commission Urban Psychetecture(14xFile, FLAC, Album) Acrobiotic Acro 0009 UK 2012

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acro 007 The Psychogeographical Commission - Widdershins album art The Psychogeographical Commission Widdershins(CDr, Mini, Ltd, Num) Acrobiotic acro 007 UK 2011 Sell This Version


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June 10, 2010
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This wholly English gem marries old Current 93/DIJ to Guy Debord successfully and hypnotically
- Terrorizer

"Fans of Coil and Nurse with Wound may stumble upon a familiar brilliance here and would do well to pick this one up if you can find it"
- Zero Tolerance Magazine

"Hats off to Holkano and Mrsix, from the packaging to the music Genius Loci is a mesmerizing piece of work, one that consistently entertains, intrigues and inspires. So get out there. Snag a copy of Iain Sinclair's Lights Out For The Territory, drop this into your iPod as you pound the cities streets. Genius Loci is for those who walk with the Gods. Don't miss out on the map pack edition, it's limited to a mere 250 copies. Recommended."
- Compulsion Online

"Ethereal, somewhat hazy soundscapes based on gentle and very hypnotic guitar melodies, distant drones and field recordings, loops, and fluttering frequencies with spoken vocals that come off as a cross between Current 93 and Contrastate.Quite mellow, but active enough to really keep you interested."
- Malignant Records

"After nearly one hour of experimental folk and deranged sound collages, the disc stops spinning. I’m pretty sure it will start all over again soon enough though! This is a fine release from far down the underground and it screams for you to go look for it "
- The Shadows Commence

"Every now and then, a record takes you by surprise. This duo just released a flawless album of what is commonly described as apocalyptic folk in regards of Death In June and Coil influences. Actually, this is more than just that : There's a shakespearian quality to the music, reminding us there is something rotten in the Albion kingdom, that the streets of london were paved on blood and set to put Alan Moore From Hell. The packaging of the CD also enhences that in a clever way. Highly recommended!"
- Helter Skelter Radio Show, Aligre FM 93.1, Paris

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