Weekly Sale Item: Places of Motility

This week’s sale item is Jeff Greinke’s ‘Places of Motility,’ marked down to $5.99 through August 31st.

PLACES OF MOTILITY
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Finally on CD for the first time, this “special edition” Greinke classic was digitally remastered and includes the twelve tracks from the original + three other exclusive tracks.

REVIEWS:
“Jeff Greinke is one of the masters of dark, hypnotic electronic minimalism. He has been performing in that style since the mid-’80s, long before it was fashionable. He recorded Places of Motility in 1986 and released it in 1987 on Dossier Records. Mike Griffin remastered it in 1999 and released it on the Hypnos Recordings label. Greinke added three tracks from 1988 for the reissue. This is a deep set full of experimental sounds and techniques. Greinke took some cues from the avant-garde recordings of Steve Reich, Pauline Oliveros, and Mother Mallard and added his own unique processing touches, wide-open atmospheres, and low drones. The resultant soundscape is dark and ominous. This CD is very similar to the minimalist works of Lustmord, Alio Die, Mathias Grassow, and Vidna Obmana. For all fans of dark minimalism, this is essential. Casual fans might find it interesting as well.”

–Jim Brenholts, All Music Guide

“Originally issued in 1987, this album of crepuscular ambience, Zoviet- France-like rhythmic trance-outs and sanctified drones shows why Greinke has become a mainstay in dark-ambient circles.”
–Alternative Press

“Established and well-recognized ambient composer Jeff Greinke, via Seattle’s (sic) Hypnos Recordings has again reshaped his previously recorded tracks and presented them to the world as Places of Motility. The moody dreamscapes emanate dark, almost foreboding images as the melancholic ambient soundscapes float across the horizon, transcending earthly bodies, rising gently into the atmosphere. Most of the intricately developed tracks are beatless sound expanses, allowing the enigmatic rhythms and structured synthetic choruses to scientifically create the shape of the album. Intense instrumentals like “Fallacy,” “A Dank Place” and “Traveling Secrets” move unhindered through elaborate labyrinths. Purebred imagination!”
–DIGITAL ARTIFACT magazine

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