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Chymera - The Divided Self
The Divided Self
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Last spotted on Ovum just over a year ago with ‘Moot Point', Irishman-in-Berlin Chymera returns with two more stately sonic workouts… We ignite with “The Divided Self” is one of Chymera's personal favourite compositions from last year. Setting out with the simple mission to make a deep emotive track, it was one of those super-rare golden studio moments when everything came together in a matter of hours. Pensive and poignant, restrained and ruled by minor chords, the sense of melancholy makes even more sense when you understand the title: ‘The Divided Self' is named after a groundbreaking book that discussed and explored mental illness in a way that, at the time, had never been done before. Next up is “Canavan Calling", a track that's characterised by an incredible bassline that's so broad, rich and textured it's almost overwhelming. No surprises, then, that is created on an original Minimoog, an instrument Chymera fell in love with while he attended a Studio Stekker week alongside peers such as Mathew Jonson, Sebastian Mullaert and The Mole. Mutating, morphing and moving throughout, starlit synths soon enter the mix, soaring and thrusting further upwards to create a natural, rolling organic build up and pay off. Named after an obscure short horror story by Joseph Payne Brennan, the only thing horrific about this track is the price of an original Minimoog. Both cuts taking their titles from literary inspirations, both cuts revealing wholly different sides to Chymera, both cuts warming us up to the very bottom of our souls this winter… Both cuts demand your attention
Chymera - Death By Misadventure Interpretations Part 2
Death By Misadventure Interpretations Part 2
12" | 2012 | EU | Original (Connaisseur)
7,49 €* 9,99 € -25%
Release:2012 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Next round for Chymera's "Death by Misadventure" interpretations.This time, both remixes were made for "An Island in Space",definitely one of the highlight tracks of the album. On Side A, Uncanny Valley's Jacob Korn, who just released his debut longplayer "You&Me", turns the tune into an intoxicating hymn somewhere between House and Techno. Catchy, and with a wonderfully positive atmosphere, the track is pure bliss. On the B, Dutch Techno veteran Orlando Voorn delivers a piece of properly driving melodic Techno. Several melodies entangle to one big sound collage. There is no real beginning or end, like a neverending jam. A very unique track and so much more than a useful tool...
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