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released March 9, 2013

In the long track “Interception II. (Teleobjekt),” a companion piece to his album “Interception I” (rerelased on Attenuation Circuit as ACR 1019), Artificial Memory Trace intercepts phone calls and creates mysterious soundscapes from the voices, with the aborted dialogues suggesting a vage sense of threat. This gloomy atmosphere is gradually enhanced by the tracks of EMERGE and Gerald Fiebig which each rework the previous track(s).

EMERGE processes the Artificial Memory Trace track in a whole (recycling) but completely erases any recognisable trace of the voices, instead taking the listener to resonating catacombs in which exotic birds whizz by singing above the slow grinding of huge tectonic plates. Gerald Fiebig creates a more restless, even hectic pulsation of more and more overlaid sheets of hiss extracted from both Artificial Memory Trace and EMERGE. Mangled voices resurface at times, zombie-like, but the ominous drive of the track has no regard for (post-)human speech as it shutters towards an almost rock-like final harmonic gesture.

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