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The Boundary Of Nowhere Land

Format: limited 12"
Cat: SSV 06
Released: 09 Jan 14
Genre: Techno
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "The Boundary"
2. "The Nowhere Land"
Side 2
1. "Roche Lobe"
2. "There Was A Star In The Sky"
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Review

The first release for Silent Season and Edoardo Zerbinati, aka Edanticonf, for 2014 is The Boundary Of Nowhere Land EP, a four-track excursion through naturalistic ambience mixed with synthy, trance-like textures and a layering of dub techno. It's Zerbinati's third release for the British Columbian label following his Planet EP and Forest Echo album of 2012 that featured title track edits from Adbullah Rashim and Iori. This EP begins with "The Boundary" which dives head first into a swell of '90s inspired trance, and techno beats, with off beat claps adding extra momentum. "The Nowhere Land" removes any airiness of its predecessor, replacing it with whistley chimes and more percussion, while "Roche Lobe" is a heavy yet reduced version of the latter with the addition of solidified keys and chord progressions. The EPs closing track, "There Was A Star In The Sky", is a croaking piece of ambient cinema that sounds like a mic was secretly hidden on the lake that featured on the cover of Segue's CD-album Pacifica for Silent Season.

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