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The Deep Invisible

by Atomine Elektrine

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Jordan Vauvert
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Jordan Vauvert Les pistes qui atteignent ou dépassent la dizaine de minutes sont monnaie courante chez Peter Andersson — il faut dire que créer une atmosphère demande nécessairement du temps — mais The Deep Invisible est une première : cet album n'est constitué que d'une seule piste de quarante-huit minutes. Et ce n'est pas un OVNI que pour sa durée : son ambiant intègre une electro expérimentale qui n'est pas sans rappeler celle d'Autechre pour faire disparaître les repères. Du très grand Atomine Elektrine !
Alexey S. Semenov
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Alexey S. Semenov Короче, просто пусть будет. Поддержим любимых артистов)


Deep dark space encountered. This release on US label Vendlus Records marks the change the direction of sound to the present and future with no references to the cosmic music of the past. ’The Deep Invisible’ is an almost 50 minutes journey of dark matter to outer and inner space, to the empty regions of the universe outside the atmospheres of celestial bodies and to the inner most subconscious manifestations of the mind.


released June 6, 2008

All music by Peter Andersson 2006.
CD release by Vendlus Records, Vend032.
Digital release is 24-bit K-14 level mastering (revised 2019).
Digital release by Yantra Atmospheres, YA-2014-62.


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Raison d'être, formed in 1991 by the sound artist Peter Andersson, has since then supplying listeners with overwhelming dark ambient industrial landscapes of beauty and sorrow, mainly on the now defunct Cold Meat Industry label. Peter Andersson also has a number of side projects including Atomine Elektrine, Bocksholm, Necrophorus, Stratvm Terror, Panzar and more. ... more

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