Requiem for Recycled Earth

James Ferraro - Requiem for Recycled Earth
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A self-proclaimed "57 minute long opus into ecocide and planetary divorce". In terms of it's themes, this album is very much James Ferraro's counterpart to last year's Oneohtrix Point Never record Age Of. Out of the two, this is definitely a more understated imagining of a post-human Earth. Although not explicitly what is trying to be portrayed here, I like the imagery of some other-worldly deity observing the aftermath of our errors and it's subsequent interpretation of those events. ... read more
A relatively boring and forgettable ambient record. At some points it really reminds me of if Oneohtrix Point Never's R Plus Seven was slowed right down and the beat was taken out, especially tracks like Cyber Seed and Weapon. Towards the end of the album, Malign Blossom is a wonderful multi-phased track, by far the best here.

Favourite Tracks:

Airless Matrix
Xerces Blau
Malign Blossom

Least Favourite Tracks:

No Future
Deleted Biosphere

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Added on: April 30, 2019