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2012-10-15 11:09:01 UTC

Deep into the moist dark ambiences, Bemônio, catharsis by Paulo Caetano, utilizes processed synths that sound like old installations from a creepy portuary zone, making static ambientations tending to reach a hypnotic disturbed state and profund echoes that seem to be coming from an old cathedral.

Oscillating between Drone-doom and Dark-ambient, Vulgatam Clementinam is the first album by Bemônio and the fourth release from TOC Label." Physical copies are available on cassette in limited copies via TOC label. You just need to contact us via e-mail for banking and mailing issues. [ contact@toclabel.com ].

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yet another interesting project on [ T.O.C ] label supporting the Brazilian Underground Music Scene all the way. [ Vulgatam Clementinam ] is [ Bemônio ] debut album where he brings next to an hour of dark and experimental sound. Bemônio draw a very close comparison to [ Nadja ] ~ [ Ichtyor Tides ] ~ [ Sugarm ] ~ [ Postdrome ] ~ [ Wes Willenbring ] and the likes. It's drone, it's heavy, it's noisy and it's DAMN GOOD. Latest release is [ Ascoltare Durante Il Pranzo Dopo La Noia ] and is available on SoundCloud. Check it out.

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Artist - Bemônio Album - Ascoltare Durante Il Pranzo Dopo La Noia Release Date - 2012 Genre - Ambient, Dark-ambient, Experimental, Drone, Drone-ambient [ EXCELLENT / MASSIVE ] Tracklist 01 - Ascoltare Durante Il Pranzo Dopo La Noia [ 00:46:56 ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bemônio - Ascoltare Durante Il Pranzo Dopo La Noia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Bemônio Album - Vulgatam Clementinam [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2012 Genre - Ambient, Dark-ambient, Experimental, Drone, Drone-ambient [ EXCELLENT / MASSIVE ] Tracklist 1. Ritos Iniciais 04:48 2. Comunhão 08:19 3. Corpus Christi 10:40 4. Salmo Responsorial 06:00 5. Evangelho Segundo São Marcos 04:56 6. Har Meggido 04:32 7. Eucaristia 14:24 8. Ritos Finais 01:44 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bemônio - Vulgatam Clementinam -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Isartum | Ekca Leina | Nadja | Tim Hecker / Aiden Baker | Koda -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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