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The Nobodies of Radio Art
2. Analogue Echoes
4. Mood Prophet
4. Delayed Experience
Written and produced by Nadav Rayman & Boyd Korab.
Live Drums by Barnaby Gold. Spoken word written
and performed by Sam Sejavka.
Mastered by Simon Polinski. Cover Art by Kim Edwards.
Vital Weekly 749
The ‘The Nobodies Of Radio Art’ sees them expanding towards more ambient music on one side and adding spoken word/radio play elements in their music. The latter comes from Sam Sejavka, a theatre writer and also the guy who plays Micheal Hutchence in ‘Dogs In Space’, who reads some of his texts. The music is still a bit jazz influenced, but with richer ambient textures. Occasionally a beat leaps in, but not very often, and when so, a bit far away. The six pieces here are great, intense pieces of spoken word, cinematographic music. Its not easy to say what these stories are about (as I believe them to be a different, rather than one story as a whole), but they have a moody atmosphere, full of buried tension underneath. Entertaining as well, but it works on an entirely different level. Here you have to keep up your attention while listening as things might get easily lost. Great electronic music with an excellent touch of radio play
Don Poe, EAR/Rational Staff Reviewer
Bizarre-tronica? One of the discs I have listened to for weeks out of pure listening pleasure and not just another review? There are beats on here, sometimes, and they are good when they are there, but this is more of a soundscape disc that is so cohesive and tight. Think about how Future Sound of London has all sorts of sound effects that just string out and make wonderful songs - this is the cousin to that. I usually categorize things into broad buckets - electronic, techno, experimental, ambient. This kinda fits all those, but in such unique ways.
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