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Delicate Noise: Diversion

Delicate Noise is the one-man-band project of Mark Andrushko, a Chicago-based electronic musician with influences that include Massive Attack, Depeche Mode and Air. But before you grimace and click to another review, may I remind you that electronic music has emerged as one of the most progressive forms of music these days? And Diversion, Delicate Noise's debut, certainly is progressive. Layered, plodding backbeats, textured synths and Andrushko's distant, mysterious voice intertwine to create an atmospheric sonic tapestry that's cold and warm, mechanical and organic, and calculated and spontaneous all at once. Diversion ranks among the most aptly titled albums I've heard all year. The name Delicate Noise offers plenty of truth in advertising, too ...

Track Listing:
1) Clearly
2) Invisible
3) Sin
4) Artificial Light
5) Innocence Is What You Are
6) Effort of Reduction
7) Visual Silence
8) Tinted Nucleus
9) Simplicity
10) Focal Point
11) Suitable Ambience
12) Synthetic Equation

Added: October 4th 2006
Reviewer: Michael Popke
Related Link: Official Delicate Noise Web Site
Hits: 1697
Language: english

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