Riverz End - Transfer = Autechre????
…Transfer often sounds like next-generation Autechre, like the experimental material the hypothetical spawn of Sean Booth and Rob Brown conceivably might create after reaching an age where they're able to start playing with their progenitors' toys. It's worth noting, however, that Transfer's twelve tracks are glitch-free and therefore sound more like descendants of the pre-Confield Autechre. Beats occasionally lend Transfer's material a firm foundation. A downtempo groove imposes some semblance of stability upon “Minor” at album's end, while the locomotive chatter of drum machine beats powers “Optimum Confusion” with an unstoppable cyberfunk pulse. Kolesnikov does let up on the controls now and then, thankfully. “Sad Sailor” plays like a welcome rest stop of sorts, somewhat like a three-minute refuel before the spaceship resumes its intergalactic travels… http://www.textura.org/reviews/riverzend_transfer.htm
...Time, space, distance and gravitational pulling has Riverz End (Roman Kolesnikov) displaying a new venture into atmospheric electronics via Russia’s Lagunamuch - five years after the release of his debut (Possible) described as “a collection of thick, spacious ambient and yet detailed electronica.” Time doesn’t seem to have hindered Riverz End’s progress, however, as Transfer is a tranquilized blend of sonic experiments, broken synthesizers, detailed ambience and scattered blips and bleeps... http://igloomag.com/reviews/riverz-end-transfer-lagunamuch
…Transfer - следующий эволюционный виток в развитии RIVERZ END и достойный внимания релиз, созданный думающим одиночкой.Рекомендую слушать в пустой комнате на среднем уровне громкости, лежа на полу при выключенном свете.
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