Autonomia

by Nocturnal Emissions

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alain nakbi Well, some phone calls are not so banal... I love this cd, Nocturnal Emission has been a favorite after Fruiting Body, one of the best music pieces ever. Could I suggest listening to Hackedepicciotto's The Ship of Fools? And, when I am in this mood, I would like to share my last, but not least, discovery. I can not even understand how I have been able to not have heard of this before... The Necks. Pure perfection... Favorite track: Interstate.
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Sound sculptor Nigel Ayers delivers more intriguing soundscapes, intelligently amalgamating electronic, ethnic, and experimental musics, as exemplified by the electro-ethnic industrial hybrid Boo, and the noise-ethno-techno of Load II where organic hand percussion meets a flittering sequencer, dance beats, and backwards flute. And it’s fun, too: every experiment is prefaced by an excerpt from illegally recorded phone calls – truly banal, useless conversations with annoying people.

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released January 1, 1996

All titles decomposed by Nigel Ayers.

Scans by Peclo Renwash.

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Nocturnal Emissions Cornwall, UK

Nocturnal Emissions' Nigel Ayers has continued to work with a strong underground of cult support, avoiding music industry fashions, and following his own creative path he concentrated on creating a strong sense of a wilderness identity through sound.

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