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Autumn - Experiments With Environments (1982) [Reissue 2003]

29-01-2016, 15:50
Music | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Title: Experiments With Environments
Year Of Release: 2003 [1982]
Label: Micrart [MCD 8207]
Genre: Electronic, Synthpop, Minimal Wave
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks +.cue,log)
Total Time: 58:03 min
Total Size: 139 mb / 230 mb

Today’s post features Belgian minimal wave band Autumn’s original 1982 cassette, Experiments With Environments. I’m unable to dig up a ton of information about the band, but the primarily two-piece outfit released countless underground cassette tapes documenting their pioneering and experimental synth work for five years throughout the early 1980s, many of which have only seen the light of day due to recent CD-r releases via collective label Micrart. Just before retiring the name to persue other projects, Autumn would record their own soundtrack to Fritz Lang’s silent classic Metropolis, which was occasionally performed alongside screening’s of the film before an ‘official’ score was made available.

As Autumn changed directions and laid their moniker to rest, members Geert Coppens and Peter Bonne would find some more success as members of Twilight Ritual, while Peter would also work as Linear Movement a short period of time.


1 Ocilado Q 5:11
2 Memories 1:55
3 Twilight World Part 1 2:39
4 Towards Tokio Part 1 3:10
5 Reach You From Behind My Walls 2:56
6 I Still Care 2:14
7 Gardens 1:36
8 Friday 1:45
9 Mystery Screen 3:30
10 Twilight World Part 2 4:09
11 My New Friend 0:34
12 PSI, A Destiny Experience 3:41
13 Metal Dream 2:44
14 The Posession L 3:21
15 7.49 5:33
16 Towards Tokio Part 2 2:45
17 Experiments With Environments 2:05
18 Pale Mist Meditation 7:06
19 Delayed Mind Creation 0:59

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