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Boomkat Product Review:
The anonymous figures behind Central Industrial commit a 2nd album of cold, wide and spaciously hollow sci-fi sound designs inspired by William Gibson’s the Sprawl trilogy for ASC’s Auxilliary vault.
Where Mumdance, Logos and Shapednoise’s The Sprawl trio pursued noisier, mostly beat-less aspects of the same fictional hyperspace in their 2015 debut for The Death of Rave, by contrast Flaring Blue In A Timeless Space observes more shadowy, layered interstices of swooning Vangelis-style brass and sweeping architectural contours with a more nuanced, cinematic sort of narrative laced with a pointillist percussive grammar that nods to Kenji Kawai’s use of Taiko drums on the Ghost In The Shell OST.
The result is a tortuous 42 minutes of slowly unveiled and gloomily lit scenes, rent with rubber-necking dimensions and sustaining a level of furtive atmosphere that’s hard to ignore if you’re into the likes of Ancestral Voices, ASC or Synth Sense.