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Monomorph: Subject To Electronic Control

  1. New Life
  2. Sekuon Omo
  3. Blue Tono
  4. Moon
  5. High Generations
  6. Therna Aeterna
  7. Particlexia
  8. Loox
  9. Chinese Flow
  10. May
  11. Electronic Theories

Monomorph betray an almost mechanical approach to music fabrication with the onset of this album. Each note appears to have been meticulously crafted and inserted into overall song embryo like a DNA pattern, and then infused with life allowing it to grow and mutate into it's final state. Dull, flat tones are favored over richly vibrant soundscapes and vocals are entirely absent on the album. Monomorph is yet another band who seems to have taken the musical theories of Adi Newton to heart and used them as a framework to compose their own musical arrangements. Eerie and haunting explorations of the digital sound constructs internal to a computer might be a good description of the overall mood of the album. At first one might infer a horror movie aspect to the music but the tonal arrangement are extremely sterile and more suited for the artificial environments of extra-stellar time travel film. This is definitely not music for the club scene or dance floor but rather for the enlightened home audience to explore in their leisure time. A fitting meal for the aural gourmets.

Monomorph are: Fabrizio & Marco D'Amangelo

Minus Habens Records
via Giustino Fortunato 8/N
70125 Bari


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