Antigen Shift - Next To Departed
Ambient, Noise Electro/ambient with a nice mix of bassbeat-and-scrathes a la Tarmvred. That's the best description I can give Antigen Shift. It's a mixture of traditional electro and ambient to more scratches and blip-blop sound.

"To My Left, Something Is Right" and "7 Days" is the two best songs on this CD, but I also like "Butoh" with its nice mix of electro ambient sounds and Indian chanting. Another favourite is the last track which is a remix of the first track, remix made by Iszoloscope.

To make a long story short this is a record with well balanced mixes of noise and sounds. Nice layout, what more can you possibly want? It's a good concept that I like. I think I put this CD at the same place as Tarmvred and This Morn' Omnia.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Antigen Shift - Next To Departed

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Electroracle
Released 2004 by Frozen Empire Media
Electro/ambient with a nice mix of bassbeat-and-scrathes a la Tarmvred. That's the best description I can give Antigen Shift. It's a mixture of traditional electro and ambient to more scratches and blip-blop sound.

"To My Left, Something Is Right" and "7 Days" is the two best songs on this CD, but I also like "Butoh" with its nice mix of electro ambient sounds and Indian chanting. Another favourite is the last track which is a remix of the first track, remix made by Iszoloscope.

To make a long story short this is a record with well balanced mixes of noise and sounds. Nice layout, what more can you possibly want? It's a good concept that I like. I think I put this CD at the same place as Tarmvred and This Morn' Omnia.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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