His Master's Voice by Phaenon, released 25 June 2010 1. His Master's Voice - Part 1 - Neutrino Radiation 2. Dark Energy - Silentium Universi 3. Soul Virus - Interstellar Semantics 4. His Master's Voice - Part 2 - Ignoramus After the well received debut Submerged, Phaenon follows things up with an even deeper immersion into a world of bleak, isolationist sounds. As a whole, His Master’s Voice represents a logical progression in Phaenon’s sound and is the ultimate in headphone listening. In gorgeous 6 panel digipak.
This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/144 BPM). Tracklist His Master's Voice. 1. His Master's Voice - part 1 - Neutrino Radiation.
Download His Master's Voice by Phaenon on the independent record store by musicians for musicians. After the well received debut Submerged, Phaenon follows things up with an even deeper immersion into a world of bleak, isolationist sounds. Whereas Submerged was one long and infinitely expansive drone piece, His Master’s Voice is broken up into four separate, but flowing tracks of sprawling and spacious ambient drift, laced with interstellar disturbances, probing, alien tones and icy shards of celestial debri. whirling specter of darkness and void-ic space, thematically based upon the 1968 novel of the same name by Stanislaw.
Style: OvertureDuration: Album. Phaenon: his master's voice (CD). Style: Easy Listening. Artist: Master PDuration: Album. Nina Simone - The Nina Simone Collection - CD Album (1999). The house of the rising sun 4:30. Wild is the wind 3:28. Phaenon His Master's Voice CD Jul-2010, Malignant Records Ambient. Phaenon ? His Master's Voice CD. Label: Malignant Records ? TUMORCD 45, Malignant Records ? TumorCD45. Style: Dark Ambient, Drone, Ambient. 1 His Master's Voice - Part 1 - Neutrino Radiation 22:34.
Phaenon His Master's Voice. Duration: 73:15 File type: mp3. Play online Download. Download Phaenon – His Master's Voice. Phaenon His Master's Voice - Part 1 - Neutrino Radiation.
His Master's Voice (HMV) is a famous trademark in the recording industry and was the unofficial name of a major British record label. The phrase was coined in the 1890s as the title of a painting of a terrier mix dog named Nipper, listening to a wind-up disc gramophone. In the original painting, the dog was listening to a cylinder phonograph.