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Desolate Orchestral MP3 by Ka-baalim & Bunk Data

The way seeming orchestral tuning-up turns into a blanket of traffic sounds is enough to make “The Red Queen” (MP3) a heavy-rotation item worthy of any dark-ambient playlist. The track pops up several into a new, free release by Ka-baalim & Bunk Data. The album is just as baroque as might be inferred from its the inimitable title, The Insomniati: Two ‘when you forget you’re dreaming and never wake up’ — just packed as it is with dramatic readings intoned over blank-industrial noise, like overheard portions from some cybersecular ritual. But “The Red Queen,” bereft of any narration, has its own narrative, into a expanse that mixes desolate noise with hopeful melodic fragments.

Also included in the set is a remix by Phil Western (Download, Beehatch, Skinny Puppy). More on Ka-baalim at More on Bunk Data at Get the full set at the releasing netlabel,

By Marc Weidenbaum

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