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Steve Law - Anatomy In Suspension (2014)

28-12-2014, 08:54
Music | Electronic | Ambient | Techno

Steve Law - Anatomy In Suspension (2014)

Artist: Steve Law
Title Of Album: Anatomy In Suspension
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: No.
Genre: Ambient, Techno
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:07:53
Total Size: 155 mb

1. Ascension Engine 36:08
2. Lumbar Spasm 7:24
3. Neural Arch 6:30
4. L1 Burst 17:51

No. proudly includes another artist into their ever growing catalogue - Steve Law (also known as "Zen Paradox") has been producing electronic music in Australia since the early 1980's. During that time he has gained a reputation as one of Australia's foremost electronic artists. His history with "No." co-founder Atom™ goes back to the mid '90s when they both met for the first time as "label mates' of now long defunct record companies. 20 years later they got in touch again and Steve was invited to compose and eventually release some of his new material on "No.". "Anatomy in Suspension", the album Steve Law conceived, has made it’s way into the catalogue as No. 904, being part of the classic ambient series the "No." label started off with.

That said, "Anatomy in Suspension" perfectly fits the 900 series, by painting lush and sometimes dark ambient landscapes with bold yet subtle strokes as in the opening title "Ascension Engine". Tracks 2 ("Lumbar Spasm") and 3 ("Neural Arch") then introduce rhythmical elements in a slightly more abstract and industrial sounding way, to finally conclude the album with the hypnotical yet
unsettling "L1 Burst".

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