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Format: mCDR
Label & Cat.Number: Taalem alm71
Release Year: 2011
Note: re-arranged material from 2006, created with the aim of shaping soundscapes that have no link to human intentions
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"active for almost twenty years, massimo magrini/bad sector has a solid discography with many releases on respected labels such as old europa cafe, waystyx, drone records, afe records or blade records.
recorded in 2006, these short tracks were originally released as an interactive webpage in 2007. they were remastered and re-shaped especially for this 3" in january 2010. massimo says about "raw data": "the goal was to create interesting soundscapes that have no link to human manufacts/intentions: they just sound like directly recorded from sort of special, non musical device. only apparently cold, their macrostructure is so complex that a top-level macrostructure is totally unnecessary"." [label info]


"Bad Sector has been going for some twenty years now and had a lot of releases on labels as Old Europa Cafe, Waystyx and Drone. Although sometimes placed among the industrialists of a darker kind, I always thought the music of Bad Sector (the brainchild of Massimo Magrini) was quite interesting. The pieces here, eleven in total, were first released on an interactive website, but remastered for this release. It seems to be entirely made from computer data, and have a cold clinical feel, with a great dynamics in sound. Deep bass sounds, high end frequencies, looped around, seemingly without much story. Cold but fascinating stuff. Things bump and collide, and then disappear as black holes." [FdW/Vital Weekly]