33 Tetragammon & Human Metronome – Resonating earth


Released: 2009 By Wasili Papadopoulos

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  1. Resonating Earth / Solar Eclipse [15:47]
  2. Zero Point [5:53]MP3 soundclip of Zero point [0:57]
  3. Separate Self [8:07]
  4. The Final 5 [5:55]
  5. Gradiel [9:42]MP3 soundclip of Gradiel [0:57]
  6. Cosmic Hweeldi [8:17]
  7. Triumphant Discovery [6:36]MP3 soundclip of Triumphant discovery [0:57]
  8. The House of Aluxes [13:38]

Deep, atmospheric and gently floating ambience, with occasional use of rhythm and melody

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Weight 105 g



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3 reviews for 33 Tetragammon & Human Metronome – Resonating earth

  1. Bert Strolenberg / Sonicimmersion

    33 Tetragammon (aka Wasili Papadopoulos) and Human Metronome (aka Eelke van Hoof) are two composers hailing from Eindhoven, The Netherlands, who played several live sets during E-Day 2009″ in Oirschot. At the same occasion

  2. Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity

    This release from 2009 offers 74 minutes of sparse ambience.
    33 Tetragammon (aka Wasili Papadopoulos) and Human Metronome (aka Eelke van Hoof) manipulate sounds sources taken from synthesizers, Tibetan bowls, guitars, and environmental recordings.

    Sparse texturals are mixed with environmental sounds to generate a spectral realm existing in tandem with the known world.The atmospherics are extremely minimal in substance, creating a rarefied foundation that is then embellished by auxiliary sounds, most of which are equally slight in definition. This results in an auralscape of delicate mettle, one highly conducive to meditation.More substantial elements are used to enhance this dreamlike territory. Softly growling electronics sift through the drifting ambience, lending fragile augmentation to the overall calm.
    Ethnic percussives are employed to inject a sense of ancient cultures into the ambience. These rhythms are relegated to a remote vantage, muffling their beats into a tenuous presence.Breathy woodwinds contribute spiritual airs that blend nicely with the gentle striking of Tibetan bowls.

    These compositions are deliberately sparse. The meticulously arranged layers of vaporous sound generate a series of harmonic flows designed to sedate the listener and sequester them from cultural distractions, thereby attenuating consciousness to its place in the celestial order.

    2009. Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity

  3. Artemi Pugachov / Russia

    Resonating Earth starts with a massive title track that lasts for 15 minutes. It consists of really deep drones and gentle chimes – very meditative and a tad dark. The drones fill the sonic space like vapour that fills the air. After a while, bird songs and flowing water effects are added. Following the 6-minute mark all gets quiet with only a couple of noises in the background. Some intense echoing textures appear together with processed bells and other unidentifiable sounds. A tabla rhythm starts, taking things to Tribal Ambient territory. Good stuff.
    Zero Point” follows in similar direction

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