British digital soundsculptor Chris Herbert crafted
Mezzotint (Kranky, 2006), a collection of
improvised low-tech collages:
seven titled tracks
(notably the noisy proto-industrial Stab City and the
watery fragile Elisa)
and five untitled tracks (notably the tenth track, a charming essay of
timid cosmic impressionism).
It mostly sounded like Brian Eno's Before and After Science updated to the post-ambient generation of Christian Fennesz.
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