Mindtrick Records fades into the next digital release after its third ‘Frequencies of the Mind’
compilation has hit digital and physical stores back in September.
The label revisits the
appearance of producer Aeon Waves once again this autumn to showcase his next four tracker
called ‘The Place Where Stars Choir’.
It also features label family member / remixer Delete, who draws for the right tools as he reinvents one part of this EP – out on the 21st of November.
With successful releases on Onset Audio and Bearskin to name a few, the India-based
Aeon Waves is well on his way to establish his name out in the open.
His take on ambient music is of the highest degree and therefore deserves a spot in the Mindtrick Records back catalogue.
This solo project puts the definition of ‘tangible frequencies’ into perspective, as there’s no set
of rules involved inside the creation process of these unheard sounds.
Just wait until you hear what Russian garage master Delete pulls off with the title track ‘The Place Where Stars Choir’. EP opener ‘Voice From The Underworld’ immediately shows why Aeon Waves really is a force to be reckoned with: his sense of progressive sound design is simply stunning, waving it
around a percussive pattern to safely guide you through the mind of the producer.
The experience ‘Bring Me Death This Winter’ hits the darker tip, where low-pitched bass and
alienated samples form the backbone of this essential excursion.
The way elements pan and flux nearly randomly is something really hard to achieve.
Delete picks up on these elemental textures by incorporating his soothing taste in garage music, evidently recycling multiple layers of choirs, pushing his Burial-esque percussion structure into a completely new straight-jacket.