Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Bedouin Ascent - Science, Art and Ritual

Label: Rising High
Year: 1993
Styles: Ambient Techno, IDM

Review: (

Long after its release, Kingsuk Biswas' first album-length release remains some of his most interesting and innovative work. Combining deep, enthralling melodies with intricate textural arrangements and some of the more complex rhythms of the post-techno lot (compare to the Black Dog and Atom Heart), Science, Art and Ritual is a classic of ambient techno and remains fresh-sounding years after its release.
- Sean Cooper (Allmusic Guide)


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Anonymous said...

one of my favorite albums ever!
I have tried to find his album "Music for Particles" everywhere but I haven't been able to. :) Can you help?

Giovanni said...

Thank you, it's really exciting to see that others share my taste in 90s electronic music. Your postings closely match my collection, but then you'll add something like this album which I've never had...

Dagda said...

Have gotten a few of your downloads recenly & just wanted to say thanks. Like your taste. Hope you don't mind if I link you you to my blog.

P.S. Don't suppose you have or came across the following album:

Ecstacy of St.Theresa - Free-D.

Thanks again....Dagda

Step said...

Thanks for sharing dude !

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I have a friend that loves electronic music so he recommended me this album and I think it is one of the best 90's albums.

Jamie said...

This is fucking cult. Was listening at Karnak temple in Egypt after a spliff and it was mindblowing!

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