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Rings
  • Artist: Decipher Machine
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707005102
  • Item #: CDBY700510
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 11/9/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Rings on CD

00100100100010001001001001001001010100101010001 From ambient sound, keyboard sample to drum machine, Decipher Machine blends unique sound to create music. Influenced by European techno music and movie soundtracks, it's texture is effectively woven together with keyboard and bass track that are sometimes not built for each other. The result of experimentation with sound constitutes the backbone of Decipher Machine sound. The collection of music found on the 'Rings' is the result of the creative labor and the belief that there is someone who could appreciate this kind of music. This is the Decipher Machine's 1st professionally manufactured CD release (not CD-R) with over 50 minutes of unique techno music. This is not a noise project. The CD 'Rings' is a must-have for those who enjoy addictive Techno/Electronic music with an experimental twist and urban tribal beat. ::::::::::: = Review = :::::::::::: Based in the USA, DM it occurs to me that there is quite a problem when trying to describe their sound. 'Rings' is a 100% electronic and instrumental album, which seems like moving in between the edge of EBM and techno styles. The main force and characteristic of the sound is the dynamic! It's a danceable sound that never starts to annoy the listener although adding a few vocal lines would have been a bonus! The tracks are well crafted and definitely worked out. I personally love the 'Heading south'-piece, which sounds familiar to me and contains a few background tribal elements! This is a real pleasant album, which I'm afraid will have some difficulties to break through! ( by Cerric at Side-Line Magazine)