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Colors Of Infinity - Colors Of Infinity
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#1 fumi

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 05:16 PM

 
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Colours of Infinity is a new alias for Melbourne based producer Andy Donnelly. His debut album follows a recent sold out split 12" on Brokntoys offshoot, Discos Del Quebranto, as well as a string of releases as Kloke on labels including Styles Upon Styles and Sub Squared.
 
Under his latest moniker, Donnelly has axed the dense, sample-heavy hardcore continuum he is best known for and developed a more back to basics approach, using old, cheap hardware and primitive recording techniques to capture performances in the spirit of 70s bands such as Cluster, early Tangerine Dream and latter day artists like Ekoplekz and Pye Corner Audio.
 
The results are 11 tracks that draw on the shared anxieties and dystopian moods of 2017 to offer a narrative of a future in which civilisation has decayed at our own hand and yet, among the rubble, a growing signal of optimism can be detected from the genesis of the machines.
 
RIYL: Cluster, Harmonia, Tangerine Dream Ekoplekz, Pye Corner Audio, John Carpenter, Carl Craig
 
One time pressing, strictly limited to 300 copies. 
 

 

Mastered by Simon Davey @ The Exchange Vinyl in his converted bank vault.
 


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Posted 11 August 2017 - 06:02 PM

I was actually just about to post a thread about this album.  Reallty incredible psychedelic, analogue trip here.  Think Ekoplekz vs. Cabaret Voltaire vs. Tangerine Dream.

 

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 06:05 PM

I was actually just about to post a thread about this album.  Reallty incredible psychedelic, analogue trip here.  Think Ekoplekz vs. Cabaret Voltaire vs. Tangerine Dream.

 

V good.

 

Yeah, lol. It's amazing what treasures turn up when you randomly subscribe to a bunch of obscure Bandcamp labels.