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the core of the present

by JAN-M. IVERSEN

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all sounds by Jan-M. Iversen
janmiversen.wordpress.com
www.tibprod.com/iversen
janmiversen.bandcamp.com

photography by Michael Herbst
design by EMERGE

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released February 4, 2014

Prolific Norwegian dronemeister Iversen makes his debut on attenuation circuit with a 62-minute drone behemoth that truly fulfils the promise of the title: dense textures on all frequencies, a flood which seems to rise constantly, keep you spellbound, unable to think of anything else.

Drone music of the most immersive kind, this is however not necessarily music to relax and drift away by. Instead, it is set to drown out anything beside the music itself. Sitting squarely at the intersection of drone-based dark ambient and noise, this composition shows how little variation is needed to create thoroughly suspenseful hour of music.

File under: drone, dark ambient

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