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Nikolaienko // The Sounds Of Pseudoscience LP

Nikolaienko // The Sounds Of Pseudoscience LP

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It is a work released in 2015 by Nikolaienko, who presides over the Ukrainian experimental label Muscat.

Contains 10 homages to early electronic music.It is out of print.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Muscat releases available at Tobira.

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Muscat x Graphical Recordings:

"GRAPHICAL RECORDINGS and Muscut have teamed up to co-publish Nikolaienko's "The Sounds of Pseudoscience" (12 "/ Digital, LP). Nikolaienko's upcoming full length is a playful and intriguing archive of sounds influenced by the works of electronic music pioneers and experimenters. The album acts as a tribute to early-electronics' golden era, playing out as a requiem, pondering the theme of nostalgia through warm analogues, space-aged sounds. For the artist, it's an odd and ironically funny sound document, which he hopes declares some other way that electronic music can be today. "

Review by Krossfingers:

"... The Sounds Of Pseudoscience is a perfect cocktail of space ambient with ice, delicate percussions, under-water rhythms and echoes of Soviet 60s ..." 

Artist: Nikolaienko

Label: Muscat x Graphical Recordings

It is a work released in 2015 by Nikolaienko, who presides over the Ukrainian experimental label Muscat.

Contains 10 homages to early electronic music.It is out of print.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Muscat releases available at Tobira.

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Muscat x Graphical Recordings:

"GRAPHICAL RECORDINGS and Muscut have teamed up to co-publish Nikolaienko's "The Sounds of Pseudoscience" (12 "/ Digital, LP). Nikolaienko's upcoming full length is a playful and intriguing archive of sounds influenced by the works of electronic music pioneers and experimenters. The album acts as a tribute to early-electronics' golden era, playing out as a requiem, pondering the theme of nostalgia through warm analogues, space-aged sounds. For the artist, it's an odd and ironically funny sound document, which he hopes declares some other way that electronic music can be today. "

Review by Krossfingers:

"... The Sounds Of Pseudoscience is a perfect cocktail of space ambient with ice, delicate percussions, under-water rhythms and echoes of Soviet 60s ..." 

Artist: Nikolaienko

Label: Muscat x Graphical Recordings