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Fall Into the Dark, Experimental Chasm of Oneirogen's 'Plenitude' EP

The one man machine delves deep into the world of experimentalism and noise-kissing synth work to create a scathing and beautiful effort.

by Noisey Staff
Sep 29 2015, 4:24am

Oneirogen delves deeper into the world of experimental electronics, industrial, and ambient with his new EP Plenitude, out today via venerable EU stable Denovali. While some of the Godflesh-isms that marked previous work are still present, much of the heavier guitar work has been replaced by aggressive synth work, creating for noise-influenced passages in between the ambient darkness and the aggression. Influences range from Eno to Autechre, but Oneirogen has forged a path all his own. Stream the EP in full below, and look for him on tour.

29.9 - Liverpool @ Kazimier
30.9 - London @ Power Lunches
1.10 - Brussels @ Magazin 4
2.10 - Essen @ Denovali Festival
3.10 - Copenhagen @ Mayhem
4.10 - Berlin @ Acud Macht Neu
6.10 - Leipzig @ Westwerk
9.10 - Wetzikon @ Kulturfabrik
10.10 - Innsbruck @ p.m.k.
15.10 - Brooklyn @ Trans Pecos