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Infinity Machines

by Gnod

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Elliot Finch
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Elliot Finch One of the most thought-provoking political albums I've heard - the power mechanisms being critiqued are always just out of view, implied through seemingly overheard conversations and oppressive, claustrophobic electronics. A direct line could be drawn from punk to this via Swans' Soundtracks For The Blind, except here the anger of punk is completely dissolved into apathy and powerlessness. This is the perfect soundtrack to the modern political landscape. Favorite track: 01 Control Systems.
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Sam hypnotic soothing stoner beauty throughout
simon
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simon a trippy mind stew of incoherent experimental drones. this is art.
initially it seems like there is no structure, only repeated listens give extra insight, that is the sign of a truly great work. Favorite track: 08 Infinity Machines.
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  • Triple Vinyl GNOD - Infinity Machines Album
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Grey stock sleeve, x3 vinyl with insert.

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    Grey stock sleeve, x2 CD Mini Gatefold

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released July 16, 2014

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