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Isomer ‎* Three Kestrels (2016)

Well well, a new Isomer, would it be more ambient or more industrial or even noisy?

It looks like Isomer continues the darker and more noisy track. “Three Kestrels” is a fairly noisy album with an industrial approach. Not that it is very extreme, but “ambient noise” is perhaps a bit too ‘ambient a tag’. There are 7 tracks raging from very nice to very good. Indeed, “Three Kestrels” is a very nice album.

Available on vinyl (if you are quick I guess) or Bandcamp download.

Links: Isomer, Tesco

Isomer * Nil By Mouth (mcd 2011)

Isomer + Genocide Organ = cool! On 14 May 2011 both projects gave a show in Mannheim. I have not been there, but thought to get me one of the 200 copies of this special release. While I know Isomer for ambient noisescapes, on “Nil By Mouth”, Isomer created a serious piece of dark noise. Pulsating industrial rhythms, low frequencies, aggressive vocals, this is noise in the old style, a style I like! If you like projects such as Anenzephalia or Ex.Order, you might want to get yourself a copy of this wonderfull album. The downside, this cd lasts only for about half an hour…
Links: Isomer, Cipher Productions

Isomer * Zero Lounge (cd 2005)

While ordering “Nil By Mouth” anyway, I decided to get this older (pre-last) album released by Tesco as well. However the “Nil By Mouth” special mcd release is a dark piece of noise, “Zero Lounge” is more in the style that I expect of Isomer: ambient noise with dark ambient and some soundscapes. This is more a Propergol kind of style with a dark atmosphere, many samples and here and there some noise eruptions to set the tone. There are a couple of impressive tracks on “Zero Lounge”, but also a few that are a bit too soundscapish for me. An interesting album to play as background music. I am glad that summer goes to its end, during fall and winter my musical taste shifts towards this kind of material again!
Links: Isomer, Tesco

Isomer * Face Towards The Sun (cd 2009)

Face Towards The SunI never really knew Isomer, I never really heard their music. When I read that this dark ambient project made a noisier album, I decided to try their latest attempt. “Face Towards The Sun” contains some great ambient noise tracks, some less interesting atmospheric tracks and some good dark ambient; the larger part is noisy though. Overall I am quite pleased by this album which serves well as background music.
Links: Isomer, Tesco