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8 thoughts on “ Grrone - Gardland - Syndrome Syndrome (CD)

  1. Syndrome Syndrome, the debut album from Gardland, fuses human flaw and scattershot intuition with volatile machinery and chance-based composition. The double LP explores the rugged tropes of wasted "outsider" techno while exhibiting a stark emotive core, eliciting timbral intensity and questing pathos in equal measure.5/5(1).
  2. Jul 28,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Syndrome Syndrome on Discogs/5(17).
  3. Syndrome Syndrome, the debut album from Gardland, fuses human flaw and scattershot intuition with volatile machinery and chance-based composition. The double LP explores the rugged tropes of wasted, improvised techno while exhibiting a stark emotive core, eliciting timbral intensity and questing pathos in equal measure.
  4. Syndrome Syndrome is Gardland's debut full-length album. Its timely release captures the fever pitch of Gardland's off-kilter electronic music at the tail end of the group's first year. Assertive, though "elegantly wasted," as they describe it, Gardland is the laboriously cracked energy exchange of Alex Murray and Mark Smith.
  5. Gardland is the partnership of Alex Murray and Mark Smith, a duo that solidified following a day excursion into the reclusive Australian outback. Debut LP ‘Syndrome syndrome’ takes off kilter techno to new levels, blending outsider electronics with rough around the edges beats.
  6. Its 13 tracks take shape as impressionistic, alien techno scapes, hovering into focus with the amorphous noise and lolling bass waves of 'Grrone' and feeling out backyard techno grooves in 'Syndrome Syndrome' before revealing a cannier, club-wise style with the gloomy, hypnotic after-hours techno of cuts like 'Katarakt' and 'Ode to Ode', whilst pieces such as 'Trepan Heke' or 'Success To Circuit' hew .
  7. Australian duo Gardland (a collaboration between producers Alex Murray and Mark Smith) specialise in the sort of linear, psychedelic tinged house and techno that rarely fails to impress. That s certainly the case with Syndrome Syndrome, their debut album. Sounding like a sparser, spookier, less maximal Blondes, crossed with the clanking electronics of Autechre and kraut inspired rhythms of.

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