194

by OGRE

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'An absolute must for lovers of classic synth scores, 194 ranks alongside Geoff Barrow's DROKK as one of the finest examples of cinematic synth music' - The Skinny

'194 re-affirms the importance of analogue music within twenty-first century culture' - Lost At E Minor

'194, what many try to achieve, but few actually pull off this well' - Electronic Rumors

'Reflects the ethos of Phillp K. Dick and even Kraftwerk...John Carpenter would love this' - Stranger Passing

'Very nice!' - Adam Buxton

194 is a dystopian soundtrack, drawing on visions of concrete futures found so often in 1970s and 80s sci-fi cinema, and the synthetic soundscapes which accompany them.

Reflecting a brutalist asetheticism; in keeping with a style of art or architecture characterized by deliberate crudity of design; creating an austere style of auditory estrangement through massive and monolithic musical forms, rough-textured and unpolished materials - 194 reaches back to the often forgotten timbres of analogue synths and warm, fluttering tape - coupled, of course, with a healthy amount of twenty-first century sub bass...

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released October 29, 2012

All music written, recorded and mixed by Robin Ogden aka @ogresounds

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Composer & Sound Designer for games and visual media.

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