S Sturgis - In A Haze (mcd Positron!)Posted on 03/05/05
For the most profane among you, S.Sturgis is nobody else but Scott Sturgis, the guy behind Converter who has released already some records for the Ant-Zen and the Cop Int. stables. After eight years and more than ten releases with Converter, Pain Station and Notime, Sturgis decided to experiment with something different under his real name. “In A Haze” is a collection of six instrumental electronic songs featuring influences from abstract ambient, dense downbeat music, to tribal and ritual rhythms with a slight touch of psychedelic industrial spirit for a more bombastic approach. This is intelligent music with multiple layers where the listeners are a little bit lost which forces them to avoid a state of lethargy to try to understand what’s happening around them. This impression is reinforced by the fact that all the tracks are perfectly selected to follow the previous without any seconds of breathing space. Great work! www.positronrecords.com (CX:8) CX.
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