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Album Review

SIANspheric's third album is a quasi-compilation that collects three live tracks, three remixes of "Where the Planets Revolve..." (from 1995's Somnium), and a few unreleased jams. Two of the live tracks — "Watch Me Fall" and "To Myself" (recorded at the 1996 Halifax Pop Explosion) — are crushing drone-pop dirges, powerful and effective even compared to their original versions. The remixes (produced by Play.Pause) are also done well; they're surprisingly polished compared to those by notorious indie-jungle heads like Third Eye Foundation. The first remix is "Planet Hal," a dark-stepping drum'n'bass track with a programming complexity on par with respected junglists like Boymerang and Aphrodite, while the other two — "Planet Red Naxela" and "Planet Ag Negav" — are heavily processed drone pieces with a restrained beauty to them. Coming in the wake of dozens of indie-remix projects, Else succeeds much better than most.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

SIANspheric's music is part noise, low-tech, and guitar sounds with a minimalist attitude. The band is comprised of Steve Peruzzi (vocals, bass), Sean Ramsay (guitar), and Matt Durant (drums); their debut CD, Somnium, was issued by Sonic...
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