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VROMB / TELEPHERIQUE - Paradigma

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Fario CD 07
Release Year: 2004
Note: Another interesting collaboration/split-project CD on Fario, the label from the FEAR DROP- publisher Denis Boyer. Again the collaboration-material leads to stilistically highly interesting / new sound-textures for the participant; two long pieces, back in stock!
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Wieder bringt FARIO, das Label vom Fear Drop Herausgeber DENIS BOYER, zwei interessante Experimentalelektronikprojekte zusammen, und wieder fhrt das Kollaborationsmaterial (hier sind es zwei Stcke) zu stilistisch neuartigen Klangtexturen fr beide Teilnehmer...
Another interesting collaboration/split-project CD on Fario, the label from the FEAR DROP- publisher Denis Boyer. Again the collaboration-material leads to stilistically highly interesting / new sound-textures for the participant.

The Fario label was created in 1998 by the staff of the French magazine Fear Drop. The concept behind Fario is the meeting : collaborations between two artists. Each record shows two halves created separately and a common track (here : two), a moment to share views or to oppose feelings. All tracks are previously unreleased. As they had planned to meet for a long time, Canadian artist Hugo Girard alias Vromb and german outfit Telepherique were more than happy to work on Paradigma, maybe to consider their own paradigms. Vromb is a one man project which appeals to different electronic and industrial roots as well as imaginary landscapes of rusted and spinning rotors. Free from gravity, these strange rhythmic lifeforms born from disused factories and psycho scientists are like the perfect bunker soundtracks. Sometimes the bunkers change into rockets silos and Vromb feels then ready for a space program.
Telepherique is family affair. Led by Klaus, Danijela & Rene Jochim, Telepherique is a pot of powerful forces, magma and images, rhythms and voices, melancholy and energy. Their music is one of the best and most beautiful extension of industrial music. Always moving, like a river, like air, its rich enough to become a complete cinema. [label info]

....Both of these artists use rhythm to a great extent, but with some differences. Vromb's rhythms are mechanical, almost machine like, Telepherique on the other hand plays more on psychedelic rhythms. When these two interests collade in the two collaborative tracks, things start to move in a really nice way. The addition of many synthesizers, make the whole thing into a mighty spacey affair. A collaboration of two of a kind, that somehow wonderfully work together. [FdW/Vital Weekly]