Saturday, April 22, 2017

I/DEX – Vapour (2015)

  • Experimental electronica 
  • Glitchtronica 
  • Ambient techno 
  • Kosmische Musik 
  • Space music 
  • Ambient

Comment: this is not the first entry by the Belarusian artist Vitali Harmash aka I/DEX at Recent Music Heroes because a little bit more than 5 years ago I did comments on his great issue Tetrapolar being reissued by Foundamental in 2009. Additionally, I have reviewed an album called Golem (2013, Foundamental) under his own name but it is a little bit different case. Similarly to Tetrapolar Vitali Harmash likes to straddle on borders of volatile ambient, dreamy electronic progressions, silent techno drumming and otherworldly still life. But is does not mean it is only a tamed flow – at Glacier the artist employs outstretched guitar riffs within a glitched-out galaxy as if an alien flying unhurriedly through it. It contains just three compositions (Coral, Glacier, Aurora) clocking in at a 12 minute. It is a pleasant instance of spiritualised experimental electronic music full of imaginable and real creatures who are exploring blissful spherical terrains and the fading of time. Just go out with headphones at a nocturnal hour to glare at the stars and it might be you will see a lonely spaceship over there.
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