Xanopticon, the project of San Francisco's producer Ryan Friedrich,
indulged in harsh and violent breakcore on the exhilarating instrumental album Liminal Space (2003).
The acrobatic disjointed post-industrial cacophony of Constant and Clii,
the carpet bombings of These Days and Drunxpla,
the abrasive and gothic Indec,
the clownish and viscuous The Slow Walk Down and
dizzying mayhem of seven-minute Capacitd
evoke a post-apocalyptic landscape of disheveled machines and crippled (or disintegrated) humans.
He still released two major EPs, both built around the same method of chaotic assemblage of microscopic detritus:
Psicicite (2006), with
the eight-minute Bedowra (the perfect soundtrack for a training boxer) and
the eight-minute Broken Eye Teeth (a wild cybernetic gallop),
The Silver Key (2007), with the nine-minute
Lockjaw, a more cerebral experience.
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