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Amen Tma – Insect Phonetics Research


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Amen Tma is a project of ::.: and acidmilk from Slovakia. Spiritually a successor to Angakkut, but musically a completely different entity, it was conceived in late 2011 for the purpose of experimentation with combining composition techniques of electroacoustic music, balinese gamelan and polymetric techno.
Spanning nearly three years of work, their debut album Insect Phonetics Research yields a study in sibilant stridulation sounds, interwoven with messages preaching an ever approaching Eschaton. This material is complete with a bonus live recording alongside remixes by Sion Orgon, Loyu, Drakh, Makkatu, Rentip, &apos, RBNX and Urbanfailure, resulting in a total 90 minutes of music.
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