Despite that the production and music are both of good quality, everything on “Circumbaikal” seems too short. It is as if each track calls it quits before it really has a chance to get off the ground.
Like the new artwork, the music is multi-layered and complex. Skilfully woven layers of dark electronics and samples evoke a quiet, eerie atmosphere, haunted with menacing tension.
“Fractional is Eugenie. Her music can be qualified as Gothic Erotica I guess, a dark and brooding Electronica with a strong Jungle aftertaste. She literally vomits his brokenbeats and tortures [ … ]
12″ vinyl, Brume Records, 2008 www.fractional.be A short, sweet release from Belgian artist Fractional, this EP takes a selection of tracks from the full-length, “Come Mierda,” adds a new number [ … ]
CD, Brume Records, 2008 www.fractional.be While the music presented on “Come Mierda” is essentially pretty calm stuff, it has anything but a calming effect. A threatening overtone (or possibly undertone, [ … ]
CD, Brume Records, 2007 www.myspace.com/talvekoidik An interesting development within the modern electronica scene is that of a number of industrial artists taking a step back from harsh rhythmic noise to [ … ]
3″ CD, Brume Records, 2007 www.brumerecords.com “Simple Black Lines in a Diagram” is the latest EP offering from Brume Records, featuring the combined work of Sal-Ocin of Empusae (and Tzolk’in, [ … ]
“Real people whose unity lies in a common sound, spirit and whose ‘listening music’ cannot be described as either soulless or machine driven. The atmosphere and emotion both come from [ … ]
CD, Brume Records, 2006 www.lithsite.net Gaia was the Greek goddess that personified the Earth and it may also refer to the Gaia theory that considers planet Earth as a self-regulating [ … ]
CD, Brume Records, 2006 www.flint-glass.com Four years after the release of Flint Glass’ excellent debut album “Hierakonopolis” and following an astonishing collaboration with Empusae in “Tzolk’in”, comes the second full-length [ … ]