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Niko Skorpio - Psilocybe Necrophila mp3 album

Niko Skorpio - Psilocybe Necrophila mp3 album
  • Performer: Niko Skorpio
  • Title: Psilocybe Necrophila
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Finland
  • Date of release: 2009
  • Music style: Dark Ambient
  • MP3 size: 1658 mb
  • FLAC size 1258 mb
  • Formats DTS ASF MP2 WAV APE VOX DXD

Niko Skorpio ‎– Psilocybe Necrophila. Label: Some Place Else ‎– SPECD09052. Niko Skorpio, one of the core members of the Finnish label Some Place Else, recently released this album. The name Psilocybe Necrophilia would refer to a species of the genus Psilocybe growing on decaying flesh, although I haven't been able to find more information on this particular species. The basis for these recordings is Niko's cassette collection from the eighties, which was maltreated in various ways. It results in six tracks and over fifty minutes of ambient, drones and noisy experimental music that at times is rather claustrophobic.

1. The Day The Night Embraces. Listen to Psilocybe Necrophila in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Necrophilia has been a topic in popular culture. Romantic connections between love and death are a frequent theme in Western artistic expression. Upon removing her helmet and seeing her face, Achilles falls in love with her and mourns her death. The soldier Thersites openly ridicules Achilles and accuses him of necrophilia. Achilles responds by promptly killing Thersites with a single blow

Psilocybe Necrophila by Niko Skorpio, released 23 February 2009 1. The Day the Night Embraces 2. Unended 3. Untitled (or Meeting Niels Bohr’s Ghost in the Rotting Wood) 4. Uncut 5. Numberless Reflections 6. The Backward Trail Psilocybe Necrophila refers to a psychoactive mushroom that grows on decomposing flesh. The basis of this work was Niko Skorpio’s old cassette tape collection from the 1980′s. Containing mostly heavy metal demos and live bootlegs, the dozens of kilometres of obsolete tape were sacrificed on the altar of creation  . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Fusions of contradictory elements create tension that questions what we perceive as familiar, comfortable and accepted, and attempts to reveal new dimensions of thought and perception.

Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Tracklist

1 The Day The Night Caresses 3:05
2 Unended 15:36
3 Untitled (Or Meeting Niels Bohr's Ghost In The Rotting Wood) 7:35
4 Uncut 2:43
5 Numberless Reflections 9:52
6 The Backward Trail 12:16

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Kuuskulma

Credits

  • Design – MooPica
  • Written-By, Producer – Niko Skorpio

Notes

Limited to 418 copies.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPECD09052 Niko Skorpio Psilocybe Necrophila ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Num + CDr, Mini) Some Place Else SPECD09052 Finland 2009
Comments: (1)
Onnell
Niko Skorpio, one of the core members of the Finnish label Some Place Else, recently released this album. The name Psilocybe Necrophilia would refer to a species of the genus Psilocybe growing on decaying flesh, although I haven't been able to find more information on this particular species. The basis for these recordings is Niko's cassette collection from the eighties, which was maltreated in various ways. It results in six tracks and over fifty minutes of ambient, drones and noisy experimental music that at times is rather claustrophobic. Album opener "The Day The Night Embraces" is a short soundscape of reversed sounds (guitar strumming perhaps?) and some singing. "Uncut" is a similar short and heavily distorted, even psychedelic, soundscape. But the majority of the album is reserved for four long and dark soundscapes. "Unended" is a tranquil track that forces me to turn up the volume in order to discern all the details. The others are much more restless, with throbbing drones, reverberating sounds and the occasional recognisable fragment of music. This is not drone or dark ambient music by the book, it's often too restless and bizarre for that. The references to a magic mushroom are not undeserved. As a whole the album is not always easy to swallow and I notice that it is the dronier tracks like "Numberless Reflections" or "Unended" that appeal to me right away. As a slab of experimental music it certainly is well done, but this slab requires its place, time and probably several listening session to really wrap your head around. Not instantly accessible, but then again, that's not the kind of music Some Place Else specialises in. - Originally written for the Dutch weblog IkEcht, English translation by the author.
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