Thoughts About Afterlife [EP]

by Ars Sonor & M.Nomized

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"Be excited for this one. Short and downright beautiful, two of my favorite musicians have joined forces for a wonderful and urgent piece of ambient IDM industrial brilliance. We have Ars Sonor, who has released on Effluvia many many times, and I am happy to say that she has a wonderful ability to create powerful collaborative efforts as well as her very personal and deep solo works. She executes excellently a great philosophy where working with other artists are concerned. Like blue and yellow merging to create green, she mixes her work with other artists perfectly, creating something unique to the styles of each artist respectively. Though M.Nomized, her present collaborator, deserves equal praise, for his music, while always electronic with great rhythms and also wonderful experiments with ambiance, is very malleable and hard to place, which is why his wonderfully crafted sounds work well in collaborative work as well. Enough said, the two were meant to work together, and this piece (and its very unique and radical remix) is a manifestation of fine mastering to create something that I can say comfortably is flawless. Ars Sonor's art is certainly a cathartic breed of music. Always using very emotional synth ambiance and samples with great rhythm. All this moves about in great time while M.Nomized adds a great and ecstatic layer of dynamic with beats that just incapacitate you. Such an excellently attentive piece. And I can say safely that the work of M.N in this piece can definitely be responsible largely for the sweeps of feeling and otherworldy sounds as well. Really a versatile musician who has that fiery passion that I'm happy to say is bustling all over the place" - Dishdawash Arnett.

"Working with great resilience again with M.Nomized, Sweden's Ars Sonor is at it again with this diaphanous auditory study from the gates of the outer realms. We can fathom the meaning and intentions of the inhabitants of the otherworldly... that magnetism flowed through the universe via the fluidium; however, we can never fathom the strategic dynamic and driving force that is placed so accurately with ever release esteemed producer Laetitia Schteinberg of Ars Sonor encompasses" - Ian Hopkins.


released June 4, 2012

synth, samples, production: Laetitia Schteinberg, Michel Madrange

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