Inspired by the works of J. G. Ballard and A. Tarkovski, Iurta’s first full length album deals with what the label calls “the fragmentation of identity, of a mind forged by short-circuited information processes”. You may expect a rather excellent mix of soundscapes built upon cascading drones, harsh textures and minimal sonic oscillations.
The CD version itself – which is available right here on Bandcamp next to the download version – comes in a 4-panels matt laminated digipak which is limited to only 500 copies!
Check the full trackless right below:
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