“V/A – Irregular Intervals” is an experimental foray into the outer reaches of ambient and psy-trance music. Each track was composed using non-standard intervals – i.e. no 4/4. Each of the artists were carefully sought after and hand selected based on their talent, dedication, and willingness to push both their own envelopes and the accepted norms of electronic music production in order to assemble a collection of tracks which is truly unique, different, and on levels all their own.
V/A – Irregular Intervals (Jellyfish Frequency Recordings)
Compiled by: Axis Mundi
Mastered by: Interstice
Cover art by: Axis Mundi
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1. Durangama – Mental Field Technik
2. Luuli – Polar
3. Ghreg on Earth – Harbinger ov Maya
4. Dog of Tears – City of Dog
5. Argot Digamma – Mat Come Na Campana
6. Enichkin – Rhythmic Templates
7. CinderVOMIT – Unnatural Spans of Space
8. Datavore – Hippietwister
9. Konundrum – Irregular Intervals
10. SooSpicey – Voices in Your Mind
11. Oblium – Sick Building Syndrome
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