Artists Infoslut

Infoslut

  • Composer

AKA

Associated groups

Appearances

Various artists
No Type / IMNT 0201/02 / 2002

Web releases

Various artists
No Type (web) / NT 082 / 2006
  • Available
Various artists
No Type (web) / NT 050 / 2004
  • Available
No Type (web) / NT 049 / 2001
  • Available
No Type (web) / NT 055 / 2001
  • Available

In the press

  • I Khider, Exclaim!, October 17, 2002
    All these tracks are very good explorations in sound texture and rhythmic pieces.

Review

I Khider, Exclaim!, October 17, 2002

A double-CD release of avant sounds, featuring an overwhelming 36 tracks. A buffet of styles is offered, including noise, musique concrète, click-dub, instrumental free-improv, electroacoustic sound engineering and ambient, among others. Some of the more striking tracks are Jon Vaughn’s Bouncing Ball (1 of 2) + Gravel Road, coupling static noise with menacing rhythmic overtones, and Tomas Jirku’s I Think I’m In Love, a nice minimalist dub piece. The one flare track is definitely Infoslut’s He Dreamt She Was An Atom, She Dreamt He Was Enola Gay, a radiant full-colour painting set amidst clever etchings. Opening up with some screaming distortion static, Infoslut lays in some drilling industrial strength percussion and epic synthesiser sweeps that instil a powerfully dramatic mood. All these tracks are very good explorations in sound texture and rhythmic pieces.

All these tracks are very good explorations in sound texture and rhythmic pieces.

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