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|1.||"World History Trilogy: Into The Arena/The Temple Crumbles/Orphans Of The Empire" (9:51)|
|2.||"Narcissus At The Pool" (3:20)|
|3.||"Where Muses Dwell" (5:57)|
|1.||"Sequencer's Song" (2:18)|
|2.||"Ad Infinatum" (5:31)|
|4.||"Theoretical Plane" (3:38)|
Back in the 80s and 90s, Andrew Szava-Kovats used to go by the name of Dominion, an alias which was bourn out of the rise of electro across the USA and mainland Europe. Through a series of cassettes and slabs of vinyl, the artist manages to remain largely in the shadows while still receiving the praise and respect of the diggers. Spain's excellent Domestica imprint comes through with a much-needed reissue of the man's opening piece of work from 1985, a tape by the name of Where Muses Dwell. Originally out through K.O. City Studio, this is the very first time that this music resides on vinyl, which is a marvel in itself considering just how uber-pioneering it really is. We've tagged this particular LP as cold wave because, in fact, there is a lack of structure to many of these tracks, and that's exactly what makes them alluring to the trained or untrained ear. You can do yourself a favour by forgetting about all that new-school synth-tronica, and getting your vibes here this week. These won't stick around long, so be sure to cop a copy...
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