Mon0 – Colliding Textures


Release data: Mon0 – Colliding Textures DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Private Release, 2012 Somehow I missed out on this album by German synthesist Andre Zufall, aka Mon0, containing four tracks -all clocking over 10 minutes- of imaginary, overtly dense drone tapestries. “Colliding Textures” (52:30 min.) is a slow building and evolving aural travelogue of darker-flavored and remote spherescapes after a long fade in on each piece. It’s able…

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Mon0 – Monolog


Release data: Mon0 – Monolog DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Private Release, 2011 The journey into vast and sombre textural landscapes continues on Mon0’s album “Monolog”. This time, Mon0 (aka German composer Andre Zufall) has created an even deeper chill-out/dubtech release: repetitive bass beats, spatial dronescapes, sequencer parts and an assortment of minimal structures and shapes lead the listener into dark, hypnotizing shades and unknown distant lands. The…

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Mon0 – Monolith


Release data: Mon0 – Monolith DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Private Release, 2011 Mon0’s “Monolith” invites us into a dark and mysterious ambient world with occasional minimal dub-techno beats, in which a strong sense of dynamic is embedded in the slow shifting and precisely tuned textural scapes. This is no scary trip though (with the exception of the entrance to the fifth track “Grau in Grau”) but one…

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Mon0 – Proficisci


Release data: Mon0 – Proficisci CD-R, Kreislauf, 2009 “Proficisci”, is not a full mon0-album, but an Ep containing two high-atmospheric tracks. As known from his previous work, Andre has come up with some thick, expansive, multi-layered soundscape textures which gently get things started on the 13-minute “Follow Me…”. This cinematic and immersive sonic journey into the vast unknown vaporizes an overall cosmic and mysterious ambience…

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Mon0 – Multifidus


Release data: Mon0 – Multifidus CD-R, Test Tube netlabel, 2009 “Multifidus” is the first full-length ambient release of the German musician mon0, aka Andre Zufall. The albums offers five extended pieces, making up 85 minutes of overall textural music with some occasional rhythms, in which the slow morphing pace nicely builds beautiful arcs of tension. These are very well rendered spacious, immersive fields of multilayered…

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