Bee Mask’s new edition for Room40, Vaporware / Scanops charts a new and at times unfamiliar musical universe, a galaxy of complex patterns in constant states of evolving and dissolving. These are pieces that unfold with an unerring organic sensibility that belies the sound sources used.
Like much of Bee Mask’s output to date, this is a world of controlled voltage and sequenced chaos. But there is a twist in the form of the unexpected and utterly welcome addition of voice. Over the two long-form pieces, Bee Mask reveals a juxtaposition of deeply electronic materials with a swelling cascade of vocal loops recorded by Autre Ne Veut and Katherine Brady. The resulting sound is quite unlike anything we’ve heard from Bee Mask before.
This is a new chapter in the ongoing saga of Bee Mask, one that charts an ever more complex and rewarding sound palette.
released October 4, 2012
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supported by 12 fans who also own “Vaporware / Scanops”
this album has given me one of the most impactful musical experiences I've ever had. It was driving me crazy while I was listening to it, but somehow it managed to hook me, so I couldn't help but listen to it again and again and again. If it isn't art in its true form, then I don't know how to call it. Ivan Seal and The Caretaker, thank you for releasing this masterpiece. deebrok
supported by 9 fans who also own “Vaporware / Scanops”
Be careful with this one: it can lead you into a beautiful waking dream that you wish would never end. This lush, mind-expanding soundscape is amazing "pass out" material for late nights. Bliss out. JLP