Review of Intuited Architectures on bodyspace.net

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“…What you’ll find at Intuited Architectures is a mixture of electronic and analog sounds, like gigantic sound constructions rising in the void, brick over brick and cement over cement so that the final building – the piece – can last in time. Solid, useful, and even occasionally beautiful….”

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Review of Intuited Architectures – SilenceAndSound

Review of Intuited Architectures

… Multi-award-winning artist, Graeme Truslove plays on paradigms, composing a world close to chaos, where silences and abrasive climbs form a coherent whole multiplying the tracks and interpretations.

…Subtle through the use of sound sources that he transposes and transforms into tiny living organisms, Graeme Truslove creates a world that seems to be discovered under the microscope, made of piles of entities with impressive mutation abilities. Very highly recommended.

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Read the full review by Roland Torres here.

Review of Intuited Architectures – Sigil of Brass

Review of Intuited Architectures

“…  I love this album. Like a thousand ants walking over the microphone the sounds that are coming from my stereo are rare, electronic/biological hybrids.

“… The juxtaposition of composed, static piece and live improv is achieved here in spades – I really dig this album.

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Review of Intuited Architectures – Chain D.L.K

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Review of Intuited Architectures

“…  Graeme Truslove’s sonic mosaics use glitchy, electronic sounds to create gently disquieting ethereal soundscapes full of synthetic bubbles, clicks and pitter-patters. Exploring automation techniques, Truslove generates music that seems to be disassembling and reassembling itself  ..”

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