Nothing but Noise – Existence Oscillation (Possible) Future


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  1. No Wave [19:32]
  2. Der Himmel �ber [14:02]
  3. Gott Der [25:28]
  4. 745 [12:26]

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Weight 105 g




1 review for Nothing but Noise – Existence Oscillation (Possible) Future

  1. Sylvain Lupari / synth&

    I got to say that the name can intimidate the most adventurous ears! Nothing But Noise! This musical project gathers 2 companions from Front 242, a band of Belgian industrial music which knew its moments of glory in the course of the New Wave movement in the 80’s and the 90’s and which stopped its activities at the dawn of 2000’s. Daniel Bressanutti and Dirk Bergen, who had left the ship shortly after the making of the first album Geography in 1982, formed NBN in 2012 with a first album which surprises the music milieu with a form of ambient music of which the origin of industrial music floats with its thousands of noisy prisms. All the opposite of the energetic music Front 242! Existence Oscillation (possible) Future is the 3rd album of a possible trilogy begun in 2016 with eXistence Oscilla+ion. The title moreover sets the tone to the stylistic device of the music where multiple oscillating lines forge a sound panorama which allows to we l come a music of ambiences as well meditative as frisky and where the ears are constantly on the alert. NBN tells to draw its influences as far as in the textures of the ex-bass player of Can, Holger Czukay, one of the pioneers of the samplings technique, and Jean-Michel Jarre, while being very hooked on the Library Music of the BBC and of Klaus Schulze’s iodized atmospheres. It’s mainly these influences which extend over an album which gets more and more attractive and more and more hard-hitting in the course of its discovery.

    NO wave Suite” brings us straight out in the particular universe of NBN with muted beatings among which the organic vibrations and the effects of echoes structure the clanic rhythm of a tribe isolated in a universe of psychedelia. The percussions add to the heaviness while reverberating lines roar like elephants who run in the plains of the same universe. Pressed by the pulsating signals of a heavy bass

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