Tumble into the persistent madness of French sound technician Ruelgo. Originally conceived and recorded between 92-93, and remastered in 1998, this intense new project is one that definitely stands the test of time. Having the bizarreness of early Richard D. James work and the precise simplicity of Daniel Myer's creations, Rueglo takes his idealism to a different plane of reasoning.
There are four masterful pieces on this record that should keep your mind busy. Engaging you with driving, yet not destructive percussive loops, echoing attached drum patches, cycling and phased affected drones and dirges, enticing bell and air choir erosions, minimal reoccurring fading attacks, hypnotic loops, and an array of foreplay on your senses. One not to disappoint those of the harshest criticism towards experimental work. Engage the trance states of Vorace!