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Ballads For Melancholy Robots

by Kompost3

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Olga Kivius
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Olga Kivius This Austrian jazz quartet surprised me a lot.They are extraordinary and innovative.
This album is very complicated. The influences of avant-prog, prog-rock, industrial & cinematic dark ambient are not so important, than the amasing way of using sounds & rhythms, the way of connecting musical phrases into the pieces and the pieces into the whole album. Every sound becomes important here.
For sure, this is a breath-taking futuristic story of the life of Melancholy Robots from another planet!
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1 Whatever Happened In Roswell
2 Wunderkammer
3 Machines That Go Ping
4 Sequential Circuit Bender
5 Brane Freeze
6 Delaybagger
7 Buzzing Entropy
8 The Raven Nevermore
9 Biogenesis
10 The Pale Blue Dot
11 MC Wanted!
12 Unfolding An Origami Universe

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released March 27, 2015

Kompost3
Ballads For Melancholy Robots

Produced by Kompost3

Recorded by
Markus Wallner at Silent Stage, Ebreichsdorf and Casino Baumgarten, Vienna

Mixed & Mastered by
Martin Siewert at Garnison 7, Vienna

Cover Art by
Aline Franzke & Benny Omerzell

Illustration by
Artur Bodenstein

Cover Photos by Rania Moslam

kindly supported by ske-fonds.at

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Kompost3 Wien, Austria

But look deeper, that's where the action is. The closer you get to the center the more it heats
up. Reactions are taking place, unknown quantities brewing. Musical ideas are broken
down to their constituent atoms then fused together again in seemingly random
combinations - but there's method to this madness; the creatures emerging from this
primordial ooze are walking, talking, preaching.
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