(Glitch, IDM, Industrial, Experimental)
With a healthy back catalogue of varied albums, EP's and remixes under each of his guises, this new Nonima album entitled "Morphism" follows last year remarkable and well received outing "Karmadebt".
Any influences that might be apparent under the surface here have a far more interesting catchment area, echoes of early Richard Devine,the droning sensibilities and head pounding beats and experimentalism of Mick Harris, the micro detail and machineisms of Lexaunculpt and Arovane put in the freezer and deconstructed further, the confidence and energy of Glasgow's Slam and Soma but without any glowsticks or drunken fumbles. Nonima brings beats and he wants you to get lost, dance like a skeleton and bring them to your Science lab to extract their DNA. If your name's not down though, you're not getting in. [Dissolved's full review of the album can be read HERE]
01 - Implode
02 - Stimat
03 - Chasm
04 - Mefrac
05 - Suboxide
06 - Root
07 - Looking Glass
08 - Becoming Good [Nonimx of Swin Deorin]
09 - Geometric
10 - Symmetrophobia
11 - Incremental Switch
12 - Frenetic (ft. theAudiologist)
A "Special Edition" of Morphism is available from http://nonima.bandcamp.com in MP3 320kps and higher quality formats, and includes a bonus 6 track EP exclusive to anyone wishing to purchase a digital copy from the site.