Release date: 05/11/2015
1. Foll, 2. Sulase Surm, 3. -15º, 4. Mina Kaheks, 5. Sinine Platoo, 6. Videoton, 7. Klavestra, 8. Tekitaja, 9. Veneetsia, 10. 40 000 Lampi, 11. Num, 12. Sulase Surm Repriis
Sinine Platoo was originally released in 2002, then reissued digitally with two bonus tracks in early 2013. Later that year, Carpe Sonum was born and contact was made with Galaktlan regarding a CD release. Sinine Platoo is an album of beautiful otherworldly electronica, chock full of warm, soaring melodies which might remind you of Arovane, or perhaps an easy listening version of Autechre.
From the original press release: Sinine Platoo began as a study of fractal music. The tracks Sulase surm, Videoton, Tekitaja, Num and Sulase surm repriis contain melodic sequences generated via mathematical algorithms. The conclusion was that it's possible for a machine to generate beautiful, emotional music–when ordered to do so. The truth is, music is math and emotions are in the eyes of the beholder.
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