Infidel!/Castro - Case Studies in Bioentropy (2001)

Infidel!/Castro - Case Studies in Bioentropy (2001)


Genre:
Electronic
Style: Noise, Experimental, Drum'n'Bass
Label: (-)

On first look I knew this would be a journey of eclecticism and sound. Starting off with “
The Violence of Hygiene” I wasn’t disappointed; a cacophony of voices and samples from “12 Monkeys” giving the instant feel of hospital-derived paranoia. With a sound both chaotic and industrial spinning a schizophrenic look at the classification of sound, Infidel ? / Castro! attempts to destroy the knowledge of uniform and order for a stitched together sonic panic attack. The fact that this album of nuances and half-thoughts took only two months to compose and record is the icing on the cake—these guys really have something here, something Mr. Patton would be proud of and yet shocked that he hadn’t come up with this first. This journal of ambiance and the anti are a testament that indeed there is intelligence in music out there but sometimes you just have to look a bit harder and open your ears and mind that much wider.

[Tracklist]
1.The Violence of Hygiene5:59
2.The Act of Sterilization4:39
3.Objective Reality3:12
4.Mobius7:44
5.Spiraling3:57
6.Negativity3:12
7.Subjective Reality2:41
8.Circular Thoughts5:32
9.A Hanging Man7:41

Infidel!/Castro - Case Studies in Bioentropy
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