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Boomkat Product Review:
Christina Nemec, a.k.a. Chra - a collaborator and Viennese peer of Peter Rehberg - trades in unheimlich, sonorous, central European depression systems in her 3rd solo side, following from Empty Airport  and a 2016 split 7” with Pita for her Trost Jukebox Series. RIYL Lustmord, Carl Michael Von Hausswolff, stringent the abyss until it stares back.
“On her latest release, chra aka Christina Nemec is sketching out a psychogeographical map, that guides you to the border of the internal and external world - ‘on a fateful morning’ lets you enter a sphere where the imaginary and the subliminal cross. Evoking abstract images that transcend reality, chra installs an autarchic time-and-space-continuum of vague, nocturnal beauty. Pastose bass drones, airy ambient synths and processed audio-samples form a hypnotic stream that lets you enter an altered state of mind. By subtly intertwining musical and non musical sounds chra is weaving an intensely atmospheric, poetic tableau of emptied spaces left to our imagination. It's the pulse of arcane memories that is filling these sonic landscapes, operating deep within our subconscious. ‘on a fateful morning’ is haunting music to play in the dark - conspirative, uncanny, with a dystopian smack.”