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Einóma - Undir Feilnótum FLAC album

Tracklist

1 Beltral Square 6:07
2 Glerborgir 4:26
3 Hringlögun 5:31
4 Amonie 6:15
5 En Route 2:09
6 Celvoir 5:36
7 Brot 2:34
8 Undir Engu 6:16

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Vertical Form
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Vertical Form
  • Pressed By – MPO

Credits

  • Design – Dylan Kendle
  • Written-By, Producer – Einóma

Notes

P+C Vertical Form 2002.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5023902990717
  • Matrix / Runout: MPO VFORM019CDEURODISC @@@ 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1243

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VFORM019LP Einóma Undir Feilnótum ‎(2xLP, Album) Vertical Form VFORM019LP UK 2002
VFORM019CD Einóma Undir Feilnótum ‎(CD, Album) Vertical Form VFORM019CD UK 2002


Einóma - Undir Feilnótum FLAC album

Musician performer: Einóma

Title: Undir Feilnótum

Country: UK

Date of release: 2002

Style: IDM

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1201 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 889

Other Formats: TTA AC3 MPC AU MOD AA RA

Related to Einóma - Undir Feilnótum FLAC Albums

Sirara
To describe Einóma's debut, UNDIR FEILNOTUM, as 'icy' simply because the duo is from Iceland would be a bit lazy, but there is certainly something cold about their construction. The crisp rhythms of "Beltral Square" are underlaid with synths as fragile as a cracked crystal glass. Even as the tempo goes from quick to machine-like slow, the fractal melodies remain. "Glerborgir" starts off glacial and remains there, and "Hringlögun" is like watching a man slowly freeze to death. The slow thud of "Amonie" suggests a Viking march across a barren landscape, while "Celvoir" ends with what sounds like the buzzing of arctic bees. Finally, the starkness of "Undir Engu" reinforces the polar feel, even if, at no time, does it feel 'icy.'
Sirara
To describe Einóma's debut, UNDIR FEILNOTUM, as 'icy' simply because the duo is from Iceland would be a bit lazy, but there is certainly something cold about their construction. The crisp rhythms of "Beltral Square" are underlaid with synths as fragile as a cracked crystal glass. Even as the tempo goes from quick to machine-like slow, the fractal melodies remain. "Glerborgir" starts off glacial and remains there, and "Hringlögun" is like watching a man slowly freeze to death. The slow thud of "Amonie" suggests a Viking march across a barren landscape, while "Celvoir" ends with what sounds like the buzzing of arctic bees. Finally, the starkness of "Undir Engu" reinforces the polar feel, even if, at no time, does it feel 'icy.'