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Michael Brückner - Antiferromagnet Album

Michael Brückner - Antiferromagnet Album

Performer: Michael Brückner
Title: Antiferromagnet
Style: Ambient
Released: 2003
Country: Germany
Label: Not On Label
Size MP3 version: 1115 mb
Size FLAC version: 1095 mb
Size WMA version: 1552 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 107
Genre: Electronic

Michael Brückner - Antiferromagnet Album


Tracklist

1Haun Toshu4:39
2Ozession6:19
3Epók3:35
4Deep String6:16
5Nekkan7:10
6Terbsee3:25
7Dish5:21
8Kailas5:23
9Avatiano4:14
10Pharn4:32
11Home6:24
12Tjachariva2:39
13Ympho3:12

Credits

  • ArtworkMichael Brückner
  • DesignMichael Brückner
  • PerformerMichael Brückner
  • ProducerMichael Brückner
  • Written-ByMichael Brückner

Notes

Track durations taken from CD player.

Album

Antiferromagnet by Michael Brückner, released 15 May 2016 1. Terbsee 2. Pharn 3. Avatiano 4. Haun Toshu 5. Disch 6. Epók 7. Nekkan 8. Kailas 9. Ozession 10. Deep String 11. Ympho 12. Tjachariva 13. Home I count ANTIFERROMAGNET as my ablum Nr. It is a pure ambient, drone, soundscape album - only atmosphere, not a single beat. Richard Gürtler Antiferromagnet continues to grow on me with every new exploration as the album continuously exposes a handful of peculiar soundcarvings. And what really counts on this 63-minute long recording is the strong scientific focus, relentlessly propelled by magnificently labyrinthine arrangements . Listen free to Michael Brückner ANTIFERROMAGNET Terbsee, Pharn and more. 12 tracks 57:48. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Ambient Berlin School. Michael Brückner. Songs in album Michael Brückner - The Undercurrent 2019. Michael Brückner - The Undercurrent Part 1 Subliminal. Michael Brückner - A Greater Hope. Michael Brückner - 24 Hours And 16 Days In Amnesia. Michael Brückner - Mount Tuna The Opening. Michael Brückner - The Undercurrent Part 2 Messages. Michael Brückner - A Greate. Michael Brückner The Undercurrent album trailer. Michael Brückner - The Dreaming Of The Valar - Продолжительность: 18:20 Chill. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Michael Brückner produces different kinds of electronic music mainly ambientdrone. He is a self-m. Michael Brecker is the debut album by American saxophonist Michael Brecker. It was released on the Impulse record label in 1987. The album was issued in two versions: LP record and CD. The CD version has a bonus track. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Michael Brückner на маркетплейсе album Michael Brückner - Antiferromagnet available for free download zip or rar. Audentity by Klaus Schulze. Because to me it is THE BEST ALBUM EVER RECORDED ON THIS PLANET . in capital letters. Then, it also has Tiepold on it. Michael Brückner hasn't uploaded any pics yet. Loading more. This video was created as a visual support for the live performance of Mathias Brüssel and Michael Brückner at the third Cosmic Nights electronic music festival in Brussels, Belgium, at May 29th 2015 . the music though is not from that concert - see below. Michael Brückner from Germany. The following albums by Michael Brückner are ranked highest in the greatest album charts: Sort by. Overall Rank

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Michael Brückner "Antiferromagnet" CDr

As I have mentioned several months ago, when focusing on Michael Brückner's "Eleventh Sun" CDr, this German sound designer is known for his flamboyantly extensive discography with many well hidden gems. And I think that's the case with "Antiferromagnet", an album, which was recorded mostly during one day in 2003 and then revisited and given the final touches in 2006, before self-released by the artist at the same year. I believe it's not easy to find out a lot of background info on this rare recording and as far I know, this album is one of those which are not featured on Michael Brückner's Bandcamp site. Well, I am quite sure Michael will reconsider this, because it certainly deserves to be explored by a wider audience. Although I think the album can be ordered on request via Bandcamp as a digital download or as a physical CDr edition. "Antiferromagnet" comes with a 4-panel front insert and is packaged in standard jewel case. Visually rather more ambiguously inconspicuous, connected to the theme, but it really matters what's "inside".

The album, comprised of 13 rather shorter pieces clocking between 2:39 and 7:10, unfolds with "Terbsee", a strikingly enigmatic composition merging mostly distant, sinuously reverberating, gauzy rumblings and tinkling lyrical passages. Seamless transition into "Pharn" follows and the listener remains in quite unique, mesmerizingly flavored zones reinforced by abstrusely hallucinogenic oscillations. "Avatiano" incorporates weirdly meandering patterns, permeated here and there by wrinkled surges and ear-piercing pinnacles. Otherwise the track clandestinely glides into serenely enrapturing horizons efficiently counterpointed with tenser transitions. "Haun Toshu" brings back the mind-expanding meridians experienced on "Pharn" and shifts them into bizarrely sculpted realms of tumultuousness. "Epók" marks an escape into relatively quieter terrains, yet occasionally percolated by titillatingly high-pitched tides and other mildly twinkling subtleties. "Dish" delves deeper into oracularly infused fields highlighted by foregrounding tinkling gradation backed by surreptitious drone sinuousness, while ephemeral puzzling fragments sporadically emerge. "Nekkan", the longest track on "Antiferromagnet", keeps firmly on the path of intensely immersing nebulousness, where warmly enthralling epic motifs, at times almost cinematic, are perforated by radiating pungent glimpses and strangely obfuscated helixes. All exhaustively guarded by wistful hissy drifting stratum. More please!!! "Kailas" is as much mysterious with its unfathomably dronescaping amorphousness exquisitely amalgamated with glimmeringly ear-bending cyber-tech ventures and sharply jangling eruptions. Another powerfully intriguing scenario!!! Weirdly weeping cello-like arrangements announce "Ozession", but soon freakily crescendoing sonic escapades steal the center stage, then during the second half rather calmly evanescing, although still pervaded by subtly irregular climaxes. "Deep String", as indicated by its title, mingles poignantly obscure stringed tapestries with solitary fragments and elusive clinks. Rather minimal throughout, except few magnifying culminations towards the end. "Ympho" remains in shadowy terrains, where mournful resonations commingle with gliding scenic expanses. Shorter "Tjachariva" displays a palette of metallic-charged rumbling undulations, before metamorphosing into the closing "Home", which is comprised of intensely droning monochromatic layers juxtaposed with cyber-tech glances, delicately mindscaping chinks and serpentinely encircling magnitudes. Undoubtedly a very strong conclusion!!!

Yeah, I am still a fan who knows a rather small part of Michael Brückner's massive discography, but "Antiferromagnet" has fastly became one of my fave recordings by this German soundforger. It continues to grow on me with every new exploration as the album continuously exposes a handful of peculiar soundcarvings. And what really counts on a 63-minute long "Antiferromagnet" is the strong "scientific" focus, relentlessly propelled by magnificently labyrinthine arrangements!!! Sure, to my taste quite bizarre at times, even nearly driving me insane at some moments, but always grippingly venturesome and distinctively engrossing. Well-accomplished, Michael!!!

Richard Gürtler (May 14, 2016, Bratislava, Slovakia)