/Noise, Glitchtronica, Sound art, Ambient, Organic electronica, Experimental techno, Abstract, Industrial electronica, Avant-garde, Experimentalism, Avant-electronica/
Comment: Oystein Jorgensen aka Ambient Fabric`s 4-track issue is an intriguing one due to experiments with considered noises, ambient sounds and incisive crackles, hisses and pops and innumerable combinations of them. The Norwegian`s album embarks on with a modest noise attack stepwise rendering into digital raining intensively pouring out from every slots and orifices. The other tracks are similarly sustainable as well, though, providing a little different aesthetics through abrasive manipulation and wide-screen panoramas blended sonic alchemy, glitch-y techno de-construction and exposing into something truly uncanny, and restrained but menacing industrial-tinged electronic insights. At times Jorgensen`s handwriting is fairly minimal dwelling somewhere in between Kaffe Matthews and Pan Sonic. In a nutshell, the whole is overwhelming in its dystopic, machine-centred appearance.