The clandestine exchanges with the artist, wearing the moniker "Patronen", is reflected in the music - the nature of the tracks is surreptitious, fox-like and hidden. We feel it is perfect for the Biosoft catalogue. The songs were produced between the years 1992 and 1994, and "...the cassette was one month away from being moved to storage, along with a many other antique items in my studio", says Patronen, "After over 20 years I still like these tracks enough to get them out, and I think the modern context of the internet and electronic music is fertile ground." With "Patronen A", Biosoft was joyous to release a collection of classic songs written by the mysterious artist using the moniker "Patronen". The positive response was examined closely by the artist and the label, and jointly we have decided to release the remaining tracks, dating as far back as 1990 as a series, continuing in this part as "Patronen B".
"Patronen B", the second in what we think will be a series of 4 releases, transmits the theme of dark, illicit electro written in secluded antechambers. Sonically it is science fiction, but simultaneously it is humanly doctrinal. The songs carry a motif of isolation with technology, inspiration within midnight introspections and an appetite for psychic relations. The coarse study of human psychology has unlocked secrets from the internal past and possible, external future destinies; the science of Patronen goes deeper, focusing the telepathic matrix from a 1 dimensional point of consciousness, widening a spectral parallax.
Patronen B is a study in telepathology. The physicists utilizes refined tools to survey the micro-electric relations of the natural world, yet at the quantum level such a technician cannot conduct observations without evoking what is anticipated; similarly the songs of Patronen pursue avenues of the isolated mind, and what is hidden in these microstatic dimensions is evoked. The terminus separating the carnally provocative and the spectrally strange is blurred. Read more on Last.fm.
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