British FSOL

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And there were, in Actually, wrong. Amorphous Androgynous – super-group, which appeared as if straight from the psychedelic '60s. From the old FSOL it remained very small. Concerts impression jam session with accomplices, Ravi Shankar, master computer. Their music, After only 15 years old, formally, does not cause feelings of innovation, as it was in the 90s, and FSOL and the company is no longer the messiah with magazine covers, speakers in prime time in front of crowds of tens of thousands of people. Abstracts by Timothy Leary (Timothy Leary), crossed with the atmospheric, gloomy and lazy techno, remained in the same era, which were, for example, the cover plate first FSOL, performed in a simple and angular computer graphics. On the other hand, experimental avant-garde electronics in general shifted from stadiums to clubs and not particularly spacious hangars.

Nevertheless, the ideas of the British duo will be enough to head more than one generation of experimental electronics, are attracted to the academic art. As, however, they have enough ideas and Schnittke (Alfred Schnitke) with Iannis Xenakis (Janis Xenakis). Whatever it was, The Future Sound – the same face of electronic music of the past decade, which, for example, were Aphex Twin, Autechre and The Orb. FSOL – not even so much music just as some audio-visual performance. It is equally important sounds of synthesizers, experimenting with melodic and rhythmic structures and general surroundings on the stage, even from all the equipment on it set only one big screen, which is broadcast images of musicians sitting in the studio.