Beyond Sensory Experience - Pursuit Of Pleasure
Dark Ambient, Death Industrial Beyond Sensory Experience is a collaboration between Drakhon (MZ412/Nordvargr) and the scientist K. Meitzer who also is a musician. The music can best be described as some kind of exploration of advanced human sexuality according to the due itself. Personally I think this is a very good example on how you create a masterpiece of music with instruments, sounds and samples.

The whole composition got a feeling of some kind of sadness or focus on the darker aspects of life and it gives the music some extra depth. This kind of music tends to place itself in the "this-is-music-that-fits-very-well-in-the-night" slot, but it's nothing bad with that. This is not the kind of bass pumping music you hear in the clubs; it's more like soft music for you home. I think the music gives some time and space for thought and soul.

I use to recommend some good tracks and I will do so this time as well. The best song on this record is the opening track, "Pursuit Of Pleasure". There's depth and some dynamic feeling that makes it really great. "The Trade" and "Youth Duality" follows in the same steps and I think the mentioned tracks are the best ones.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Beyond Sensory Experience - Pursuit Of Pleasure

Beyond Sensory Experience is a collaboration between Drakhon (MZ412/Nordvargr) and the scientist K. Meitzer who also is a musician. The music can best be described as some kind of exploration of advanced human sexuality according to the due itself. Personally I think this is a very good example on how you create a masterpiece of music with instruments, sounds and samples.

The whole composition got a feeling of some kind of sadness or focus on the darker aspects of life and it gives the music some extra depth. This kind of music tends to place itself in the "this-is-music-that-fits-very-well-in-the-night" slot, but it's nothing bad with that. This is not the kind of bass pumping music you hear in the clubs; it's more like soft music for you home. I think the music gives some time and space for thought and soul.

I use to recommend some good tracks and I will do so this time as well. The best song on this record is the opening track, "Pursuit Of Pleasure". There's depth and some dynamic feeling that makes it really great. "The Trade" and "Youth Duality" follows in the same steps and I think the mentioned tracks are the best ones.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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