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    Iszoloscope | EbolaSplit

    Label:Yb70 – YB70 09
    Format:
    CD, EP
    Pays:France
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    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Techno, Noise, Industrial, Rhythmic Noise

    Tracklist

    1IszoloscopeLe Méchanisme Du Hobereau11:47
    2IszoloscopeSighs National Park5:36
    3IszoloscopeIn The Other Mind Of Us (Opened-Mix)5:47
    4EbolaCut Off7:34
    5EbolaConvert6:50
    6EbolaKlikass5:34
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    • Fait parMPO

    Notes

    Released in a clear jewel case with liner notes, but without a tray card.

    Iszoloscope tracks referred to as A1-A3, Ebola tracks referred to as B4-B6.

    Code-barres et autres identifiants

    • Informations sur la matrice: [MPO logo] ▉ YB7009ISZOEBOLA @@ 01 ▉
    • Code du moule IFPI: IFPI 1202

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    Reticulum_Flux's avatar
    Modifié il y a 16 ans
    A really good split that throws two artists together that are in the same music genre, but carry out their methods much different. First up is Iszoloscope, who does rhythmic noise with plenty of drum work and percussion thrown in.

    Ebola's tracks are quite interesting... and while I know next to nothing about this artist i'll try to do him justice with this. Ebola's 3 tracks use a lot of distorted sounds to build noisey, crunchy tracks. All in all a really good listen.
    cthulhu303's avatar
    cthulhu303
    Modifié il y a 16 ans
    Pretty good release. All Iszoloscope tracks retain a dark, heavy atmosphere. Pity that, as often happens when industrial peeps go techno, the kickdrum is absolutely unimaginative.
    The Ebola tracks might be more interesting after all, though they lack the night synth layers, compared to the first three. They are more on the purely (rhythmic-)noisy tip. Enjoyably in-your-face.

    Anyway, it is a shame this was not released on vinyl.