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Reviews CD Reviews Experimental, IDM, Glitch Emulsion- Blue Sky Objective


Artist: Emulsion
CD Title: Blue Sky Objective
Label: Lens Records
Reviewer:Julie Johnson
Date: 7-31-06

 

 

Let your mind wander as you explore Nathan Koch’s music, AKA Emulsion’s, and his latest release Blue Sky Objective. With dreamy and spacey melodies your mind is open to interpretation. Although this is somewhat experimental it has many electronic melodies that flow and make this whole. It you like lots of beeps mixed in with ambient sounds then this is an album for you. Even with the mix of bleeps and other IDM sounds you will notice that there is intelligent song writing going on here while keeping it rather simple. As I said before there are plenty of poppy moments but there is also a darker side to the electronics. After really giving Emulison a chance I realized that this album definitely has a lot to offer. I tried going in to this CD with an open mind as I am still trying to get into more IDM sounds. No, this CD won’t be one for the dancefloor, but this is one CD that will be good to just sit down and listen to after a long day. It leaves a calming feeling while you still get your electronic fix a little more stripped down. It is amazing to see how Koch’s experimentalism can turn into such electronic beauty and how the music can bring texture to ones mind. Recommend tracks would be: “Shapes and Colors” and “Balloons and Centipedes” and “Smeared Bus Window.”

 

 

 


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