Urceus Exit - Contra
Electronics I say only one thing. Why? This is a serious artiest, the whole project is serious but I can't understand how you could manage to create something that is so nothing. Or, maybe it was the whole idea behind this, I don't know. Anyhow, whatever reason there is behind this, there is only one reason to listen to it and its spelled ''Good Morning Beautiful''.

It's a calm and nice song that reminds me of Apoptygma Berzerks song ''Moment of Tranquillity''. After 10 minutes, it's the length of the song, the good ends. I cannot for all the gold in the world understand what's great with this. Maybe it's too much difficult and elite electro for me to understand or maybe it's just junk. I don't know. I won't say more on this subject either; I think it's up to the reader and listener to judge. This was just not my cup of tea.

I have one more thing to say about this, or about the artist and that is for your own education and interest. Urceus Exit consists of a guy called Richard Duggan, some kind of post-techno prophet from the American west coast. He has made a bunch of self releases before the label Artoffact Records took him under his wings.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Urceus Exit - Contra

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Electroracle
Released 2005 by Artoffact Records
I say only one thing. Why? This is a serious artiest, the whole project is serious but I can't understand how you could manage to create something that is so nothing. Or, maybe it was the whole idea behind this, I don't know. Anyhow, whatever reason there is behind this, there is only one reason to listen to it and its spelled ''Good Morning Beautiful''.

It's a calm and nice song that reminds me of Apoptygma Berzerks song ''Moment of Tranquillity''. After 10 minutes, it's the length of the song, the good ends. I cannot for all the gold in the world understand what's great with this. Maybe it's too much difficult and elite electro for me to understand or maybe it's just junk. I don't know. I won't say more on this subject either; I think it's up to the reader and listener to judge. This was just not my cup of tea.

I have one more thing to say about this, or about the artist and that is for your own education and interest. Urceus Exit consists of a guy called Richard Duggan, some kind of post-techno prophet from the American west coast. He has made a bunch of self releases before the label Artoffact Records took him under his wings.

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

John Wikström

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