Sunday, 31 July 2011

FAIL 20: Generic - Voices – A Phenomenological Study

Voices – A Phenomenological Study - CD
Limited to 200

Having previously released both full-length and digital releases, Generic returns with a brand new record. Conjuring the oppressive – yet captivating – looped ambience that the project is renowned for, 'Voices' moves towards a dark and claustrophobic domain. With the use of captured electronic voice phenomena, electronically generated noises that resemble speech, but are not the result of intentional voice recordings or renderings, this unique record demands for the lights to be turned off and headphones to be put on. Hands down, this is PTF's creepiest release to date.
Limited to only 200 copies (no CDr).

"Voices - A Phenomenological Study" is highly recommended for the lovers of dark ambient music and for now it is one of the most interesting albums of 2012, because it fits well in the claustrophobic age we are living in... - Vital Weekly

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