Ffej | Patterns in the Storm, Vol. I

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Patterns in the Storm, Vol. I

by Ffej

Patterns in the Storm Vol. I is a bold exploration of electronic sound. It's a multifaceted showcase of Ffej's experimental side, driven by his fascination with the incidental music of machines.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electronic Avant-Garde
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1. Torrance the Space Cat
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2. No Outlet
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3. Numph
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4. Radio Flyer
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5. Look the Same Way
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6. Into Light and Air
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7. Modern Day Gavel
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8. Chase Over Dunes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Hypnotic rhythms are created by careful tuning of various time based elements such as arpeggiation, low frequency oscillators and delay. Undulations manifest as the cycles and tones drift in and out of phase. Subtle guidance by human hands serves to shape these sonic phenomena into something some would call music. The result massages the eardrums, stimulates the imagination and expands the mind.


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Jason Taverner

Developing Storm
It is hard to review an album that is in a genre that defies simple description, but here goes... A mixture of robotic, droning, futuristic, "spacey," mechanical sound worlds. It is an excellent addition to any library of experimental / ambient / electronic music. The artist shows great potential being reminiscent of early Spacecraft and Steve Roach. I particularly enjoy "Torrence the Space Cat," "Numph," "Look the Same Way," and "Chase Over Dunes." I look forward to Volume II.