Redemption Electronics, Experimental L.E.A.K L.E.A.K. means Lustige Elektro Akustische Klänge and is some kind of strange homage to the pioneers of electro music during the 20th century. Tolufim and J. Block are both skilled musicians who have some experience behind them. For those who like advanced music this is the first choice. In difference from the earlier released 'The Old Teahouse' this CD is a bit tougher. The music pushes the listener to the borders of the unknown and throws us into a soundscape that demands more than ears to hear. The Swedish duo have succeeded in creating a harmonic base that time after time got smashed to bits by distortions like noise and failing sounds. The unpredictable in the music makes it interesting and never boring. I think this music is a full hit. There's something happening 100% of the time although there are more calm passages, but they are to be seen as what they are, some kind of gathering before the storm that unleashes with devastating musical fury over the listener. This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com 550
Brutal Resonance

L.E.A.K - Redemption

10
"Legendary"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2005 by Stateart
L.E.A.K. means Lustige Elektro Akustische Klänge and is some kind of strange homage to the pioneers of electro music during the 20th century. Tolufim and J. Block are both skilled musicians who have some experience behind them.

For those who like advanced music this is the first choice. In difference from the earlier released 'The Old Teahouse' this CD is a bit tougher. The music pushes the listener to the borders of the unknown and throws us into a soundscape that demands more than ears to hear. The Swedish duo have succeeded in creating a harmonic base that time after time got smashed to bits by distortions like noise and failing sounds.

The unpredictable in the music makes it interesting and never boring. I think this music is a full hit. There's something happening 100% of the time although there are more calm passages, but they are to be seen as what they are, some kind of gathering before the storm that unleashes with devastating musical fury over the listener.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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