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Album:  	Electric Karma EP
Artist:  	['ramp]
Year:  	        2011 (this is the 2018 web release)
Genre / Style:  Electronic / New Age / Berlin-School / Ambient / Dub

https://ramp1.bandcamp.com/album/electric-karma

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Those fond of the sounds of the famous CS80 synthesizer will more or less enjoy listening to Stephen ParsickÆs album ôElectric Karmaö, privately released on 1 November 2011. Those expecting something like ôHoellenengelö will be disappointed though, as the outcome of ôElectric Karmaö is improvised, at times experimental-oriented and recorded straight-to-DAT.

According to some linear notes, the music came into being while fiddling around with an electronic tabla drum machine which Klaus Hoffmann-Hoock had bought for Mr Parsick in India. Sonically, the five tracks are quite a weird and psychedelic affair, assembled from loops, extensive tamboura drone tapestries and minimal tabla percussion.

While the textural ôDemonÆs Gorgeö appears to be harmonic, deep and highly atmospheric, ôAssassinö on the other side is a freaky outing that sees Stephen extensively playing around with the CS80┤s ring modulator. Put on your adventurous ears and simply take the dip to find out moreà - Bert Strolenberg ; http://www.sonicimmersion.org/ramp-electric-karma/

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Number of Tracks: 3
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Tracklist
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01) assassins
02) dharma
03) demon gorge / electric karma / beyond samsara
				
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