Legion Of Two, techno producer Alan O'Boyle (aka Decal) and percussionist
David Lacey, unleashed the
dissonant, rumbling aural assault of the all-instrumental
Riffs (Planet Mu, 2009), an incendiary mix of
industrial, post-rock and dubstep.
The raga-psychedelic trance of (Intro) Starbound seamlessly segues into
heavy doom grooves. A similar (introverted) atmosphere is created by
the jazzy ambient threnody of Turning Point.
On the other hand,
the polyrhythmic loop of And Now We Wait is traversed by a childish
electronic chirp and a menacing distortion,
Legion Of Two blends rumbling blues riffs, industrial emissions and sideral electronic drones, and the
The oneiric dub of Palace is shaken by hissing electronics
and shoegazing guitar
before it disintegrates into fluttering nebulae of gentle tones.
These are disorienting juxtapositions
The lengthy pieces further dilute and confuse the structures, whether the
anemic industrial dub Handling Noise or the metronomic android ballet
of Cast Out Your Demons.
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