Genre/Influences: Minimal-Electro, Electro-Ambient.
Format: Digital, CD, Cassette.
Content: The work features 4 different songs which are instrumentals. None of the songs go over the 3 minutes. Sound-wise this is a danceable mix of space atmospheres, Minimal-Electro and Trance passages.
+ + + : The vintage sound treatments have something magic and especially when carried by a solid bass line like at “Electronic Birds Turning The Sky”. The title song is another noticeable cut for its analogue effects.
– – – : I’m missing a few vocal lines and it remains a damned pity the songs are that short.
Conclusion: Toxic Razor convinced me for years now with his projects Paradox Obscur and Metal Disco but Beatbox Machinery is just another of his sonic brainchilds to discover.
Best songs: “Electronic Birds Turning The Sky”, “Mega City Hunters”.
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