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Beyond Sensory Experience

Beyond Sensory Experience

Beyond Sensory Experience


Beyond Sensory Experience, a dark ambient project, was formed in 2001 when Drakhon (Drakh from MZ.412, Nordvargr/Drakh etc.) moved to Uppsala, Sweden and joined forces with scientist / artist K. Meizter. The foundation of Beyond Sensory Experience developed during long intoxicated discussions about the correlation between numbers, music and life. These three areas would serve as the corner stones for the creation of the Beyond Sensory Experience philosophy. Read more on Last.fm
Beyond Sensory Experience, a dark ambient project, was formed in 2001 when Drakhon (Drakh from MZ.412, Nordvargr/Drakh etc.) moved to Uppsala, Sweden and joined forces with scientist / artist K. Meizter. The foundation of Beyond Sensory Experience developed during long intoxicated discussions about the correlation between numbers, music and life. These three areas would serve as the corner stones for the creation of the Beyond Sensory Experience philosophy. During 2002 episodes of different musical contexts were tried out until the final concept evolved in collaboration with the Italian label Old Europa Café. "Tortuna", which is the first album of a trilogy covering the three basic areas, is the result of an intense creative process performed in the nordic absence of sun and was released in early 2003.

During that year, the trilogy was completed by the release of "Urmula" and "Ratan". In 2004, Beyond Sensory Experience added a visual dimension to the trilogy with the DVD "Dimension Upsaliensis". In addition, a new album, "Korrelations", containing interpretations and remixes of trilogy material by fellow artists was released. The reception of the trilogy, both from fans and the press, has been well above all expectations. Highlights being nice reviews of "Ratan" and "Korrelations" in the acclaimed magazine The Wire, and the premiere of "Dimension Upsaliensis" at the 2004 Uppsala International Short Film Festival. As the journey continued, Beyond Sensory Experience decided to end their long and fruitful relationship with Old Europa Café in favour of the legendary Swedish label Cold Meat Industry. Cold Meat Industry has until now released Pursuit Of Pleasure (in 2005) as well as The Dull Routine Of Existence in early 2006.

Later that year Beyond Sensory Experience and Nordvargr collaborated with the Japanese writer Kenji Siratori to release a double-CD box on Old Europa Café entitled "Hypergenome666". In 2008 Beyond Sensory Experience released No Lights In Our Eyes on Cold Meat Industry, showing an even deeper side to the duo's music, touching themes of death and the dying. After this they signed to Canadian dark ambient label Cyclic Law records and released Modern Day Diabolists ‎in 2012 and Faint in 2013. The official page states that they are now working on a new album. They also have an official website, http://www.bse.se/. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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