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From Nothing to less

by Illusion Of Safety

Born 1983. Illusion Of Safety intrepidly charts the terra incognita where sound, silence, noise and music intersect. Using conventional instruments, sound generating devices and random objects, IOS hews sonic sculptures.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. From Nothing to Less Track 1
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2. From Nothing to Less Track 2
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3. From Nothing to Less Track 3
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4. From Nothing to Less Track 4
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5. From Nothing to Less Track 5
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From Nothing To Less Complacency
This new IoS disc is a change from other recent work, discarding much of the chaos and sound deconstruction of other works and instead opting for a more natural, more organic sound. From Nothing To Less is the band's eighth CD release and boasts that no samples or sequences were used in its recording. Rather, From Nothing To Less is comprised of live work as well as recorded rehearsals from a U.S. tour by Dan Burke and Thymme Jones. Seven tracks that blur together into one long song, this disc is full of lengthy drones, distant thuds and scrapes, and other assorted sounds from this performance outlet which never ceases to confuse and amaze. (Matt Mercer)


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