194

by OGRE

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tr4ncer This album is a must have for lovers of "analogue" music. Favorite track: End Credits.
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catascopic 195 might be OGRE's masterpiece, but I actually prefer this album. Can't get enough of the grit! Favorite track: Sniper One.
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SecretCatPolicy This is absolutely stunning. Pure textural sound in places, catchy action themes or masterful gradual atmosphere-building in others. It reminds me of many other great things - classic movie scores, of course, but also mid-period (i.e. best) Pink Floyd and Kraftwerk, among others - without ever feeling like it rips any of them off. My only complaint is the shortness of each track, and the fact it's not crafted to flow seamlessly from one track to the next.
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Gondola 02:48
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2019 02:24
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The Terminal 01:38
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Sentinel 01:36
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Stairwell 02:07
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V.K. 01:16
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Sniper One 01:38
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Fatale 02:48
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Havoc Dawn 02:31
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Doppler 02:54
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Lonely Roads 01:55
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No Cryo 01:29
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Throne Room 03:09
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End Credits 02:45

about

'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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