Label: Rare80 Records - RA000533 • Series: Rare80 - Volume 1 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Remastered, Unofficial Release • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Italo-Disco, New Wave, Synth-pop, Disco
Time Machines is a album by English experimental group Coiloriginally released under the alias Time Machines. The album was created under the premise of drones named after hallucinogenic chemicals, "tested and retested" in the studio for apparent narcotic potency. Main member John Balance also described the album as an attempt to create "temporal slips". Time Machines is composed of four electronic drone pieces created with modular synthesizers, which as hinted at in their track names are an attempt to recreate the chemically derived psychedelic and narcotic potency of telepathineDOETDMT and psilocybin mushrooms telepathine and DMT being primary components of ayahuasca.
As well as this, Balance intended the album to cause "temporal slips": he commented that the musical effect was demonstrated when the group "listened to it loud [and] lost track of The Timemachine (Album Version) - Various - Rare80 Volume 1 . When Time Machines was first released, the group was Sunrise Sunset (1995) - Pugwash - Cum On Feel The Noise Reduction - The Shed Demos Vol.
4 conscious that it not be labeled as a Coil album, due to how abstract and different it was compared to previous Coil albums. A five-disc Time Machines box set was announced in but never developed.
A two-disc version was announced in January as a future release,  but this was never expanded on either, although an album by Peter Christopherson, "Time Machines II", was released posthumously. In retrospect, Drew McDowall has remarked that "[p]eople tell me how much of an impact it had on them — which is always pretty surprising.
Sean Cooper of AllMusic gave the album four out of five stars and described it as "[e]njoyable, if a mite limited in scope. One of the interesting things with Time Machines is that there's a handful of responses which we've had where what happened The Timemachine (Album Version) - Various - Rare80 Volume 1 the listeners was exactly what we intended to happen.
There would be some kind of temporal disruption caused by just listening to the music, just interacting with the music. The drugs thing is actually a hook we hung it on - it originally came out of me and Drew talking that some of the types of music you listen to - sacred musics like Tibetan music or anything with a sacred intent which often is long ceremonial type music which could last for a day or three days or something.
There are periods of time in that where you will come out of time. That's the intention of it to go into a trance and achieve an otherness. We thought can we do this sort of electronic punk-primitive? We did demos with a simple mono synth and we managed it. We sat in the room and listened to it loud and we lost track of time - it could be five minutes in or 20 minutes in but you suddenly get this feeling, the hairs on the back of your neck, and you'd realise that you'd had some sort of temporal slip.
We fine-tuned, well, filters and oscillators and stuff, to try and maximise this effect. It was that we were after with simple tones - somehow you could IX - J. Peterson - Untitled through. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Time Machines. Electronic drone. Retrieved March 31, Brainwashed Inc. Retrieved April 28, — via Brainwashed archive. Retrieved Retrieved October 11, November 3, Selvaggina, Go Back into the Woods Book Category.
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