Electronic music can be a frenetic experience. On this release, Null Device forges an alternative: a down-tempo, trancy, world-influenced sound.
It’s easy to tell that these were the folks that attended the midnight sales for both Depeche Mode’s Songs Of Faith And Devotion and New Order’s Republic in 1993.
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Rich Albertoni on Thursday 05/13/2010 Since forming in 1997, Null Device has bridged production and live instrumentation to show there’s more to electronic music than beats per minute. The fourth album by this Madison act is mostly a collection of down-tempo house and trance that’s perfect for chilling out. Led …
(Katjusa Cisar) Primarily masterminded by Eric Oehler, local synth-pop duo Null Device casts a spinning mix of ancient folk instrumentation, heavy computer beats and Eric Goedken’s vulnerable lyrics. Oehler is classically trained but a total omnivore when it comes to music, and even though Null Device is drunk on a …