Saturday, April 5, 2008

Alter Ego - Decoding The Hacker Myth

Label: Harthouse/Eye Q
Year: 1996
Styles: Ambient Techno, IDM

Review: (

This German collective works with what could be best described as "listening techno" — electronica designed not for dancing, but for laid-back home listening. This means that each track is organized more like a song, with enough movement to keep things from becoming repetitive; on songs like "Brom," they drop out most of the beats in favor of a sort of organized ambiance. The majority of the album is pleasant in a beepy and bubbly sort of way, and very organic-sounding — a bit like Spring Heel Jack without the breakbeats. Excellent electronica for home use.
- Nitsuh Abebe (Allmusic Guide)


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Anonymous said...

another hidden jewel of nineties techno, do you have their cheap viagra EP ? it's simple fabulous ! highly recommendable for anyone.

Viagra said...

What a wonderful find. This music could appeal to many.

Elliott Broidy said...

I always enjoy your new tastes in albums.

Anonymous said...

Down. :(