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«For the last release of the year, we bring you mon0. mon0 (with a zero in the place of the last 0) comes from a small place near Düsseldorf and Cologne, Germany and started his career in music as a Dj somewhere in the last half of the 80's. It was only some years later that he turned to computers and began composing, first with Rebirth and Reason and later with Live.
As he was (is) a big fan of Plastikman and monolake - who probably inspired him when he started to sign his work as mon0, his first compositions were something along the lines of minimal/ambient techno. Most of mon0's releases are along those aesthetics.

But from some time now, mon0 has turned his attention to pure ambient, using only sprouts of percussion elements in his tracks. His latest tracks sound like something Biosphere and monolake could be doing together, without the beats. It's some deep, dense and heavy form of very minimal ambient techno with all the beats taken out. 'Interference' and 'SeNØrd', two long tracks with roughly 20 minutes each, make up this small album called 'Beyond', and if you're into ambient music, you really should listen to this.» - Pedro Leitão

Downloads:

01 • Interference ............................................................................ pt us
  [18'24'' • 29,1Mb • VBR]
02 • SeNØrd .................................................................................... pt us
  [20'32'' • 32,3Mb • VBR]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 2,96Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 64,0Mb]

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©2008 David Vélez
©2008 aeriola::behaviour
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©2008 mon0
©2008 test tube


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