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If you're not already familiar with O Yuki Conjugate (and sadly, chances are very good that you aren't), then it will be hard to prepare you for what you'll hear the first time you encounter them. Not because there's anything intense or overwhelming about the experience — exactly the contrary, in fact. It's just that, even though their influences are easy enough to spot, the music they make manages to be both deeply indebted to those influences and at the same time completely unique and ultimately rather hard to describe. For this 25-year reunion album, recorded in 2007 (their first performance was in 1982 at a pub in Nottingham, England, to an audience consisting of six humans and one dog), the band created five untitled tracks. On them you'll hear sounds that evoke Bill Laswell's approach to ambient groovemongering (notice the fourth track's throbbing beat and nearly subliminal chord progression) and the faux-exoticism of Jon Hassell (listen to the surging chord patterns on the third track) along with pointillistic glitch sculptures (the microscopically scattershot fifth track) and spacious, gorgeous abstract sound constructs (the quietly ravishing second track). Too often, what gets billed and sold as "ambient" music is just simplistic or softheadedly mystical; O Yuki Conjugate's music is neither, and yet it is deeply, sweet-naturedly pleasant and undemanding despite its complexity.


Fecha de formación: Nottingham, England, 1982

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '90s

The British experimental ambient unit O Yuki Conjugate was formed in Nottingham in 1982 by multi-instrumentalists Andrew Hulme and Roger Horberry; inspired by the atmospheric guitar instrumentals of the Durutti Column, they began experimenting with keyboards and tape loops, adding percussion to the mix before debuting with the soundscapes of 1984's Scene in Mirage. A three-year gap preceded the release of the follow-up, Into the Dark Water, the first of many extended absences from the contemporary...
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