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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 worksplease use this form. ///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. "

Reviewed 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 worksplease use this form. ///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. "

Reviewed 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