by Sophia Loizou

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Boma Ye
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Boma Ye Like hearing a 90s rave through a long dark tunnel. The music evokes massive nostalgia and a mixture of joy and sadness.
Exquisitely done, the snatches of recognisable tunes only adds to the feeling of otherness and times gone by. Favorite track: The Voices of Time.
Nathan Duin
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Nathan Duin A distinct and exceptional record, a genuinely dream like experience. Thanks to Boomkat for the tip. I've been listening to it all day. Favorite track: Order of Elements.
Peter Hollo
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Peter Hollo Brilliant follow-up to the classical electronics of Chrysalis, perfectly tapping into the recent welcome nostalgia for early-'90s rave and jungle, in a distinctly sui generis fashion. Favorite track: Genesis 92: The Awakening.
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Bristol, England-based sound artist and producer Sophia Loizou presents Singulacra, the follow-up to her 2014 debut, Chrysalis, which is itself a staggering exploration of the conflict between nature and technology and the space between natural and synthetic sounds.

With Singulacra, Loizou builds on the framework of Chrysalis for her most ambitious offering to date. Ghostly remnants of hardcore and early jungle percolate throughout while fragments of radio transmissions seep in and out through tape-based processes and spectral processing, leaving the listener in a hauntingly beautiful landscape filled with both solidity and disintegration.

Bringing back the times of pirate radio, almost like lost transmissions from beyond the grave, this work provides a sense of intimacy and familiarity during the contemporary full-speed acceleration toward unknown futures. Exploring its audiences' anxieties surrounding technological utopias while retaining an emphasis on nurturing human value when facing inhuman forces, Singulacra engages with the potential loss of human essence amid technological progress toward artificial intelligence.


released February 26, 2016

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