Tangent’s “Collapsing Horizons” is mentioned in reflections on 2016 from A Strangely Isolated Place!
Tangent’s “Collapsing Horizons” is included in Soundlab’s yearlist of 2016!
“Revolving emotive sonic fissures, dense buzzing noise-fields and organized voltaic eruptions, Tangent’s latest opus continues to be eerily engaging. Dissolving microscopic layers tucked within a blur of solar flares, one can easily loose themselves in these creative optical emissions.”
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“projected towards horizons of a boundless space, populated by dystopian visions provoked by irregular gravitational waves and incessant collisions of primordial organic elements.”
“Collapsing Horizons is irresistible, much like a black hole. Gaze into this void, won’t you, and let it gaze into you.” 8/10
“Collapsing Horizons for the most part doesn’t paint a soundscape nearly as bleak at its title might suggest, but what a soundscape it paints.” 4/5
“an immersion in a sidereal universe of large and airy openings where fragments fit together and frequencies vibrate”
“there are juxtaposing sensations of light and dark, with shadows moving cloud-like across the surface”
“Rather beautiful, Tangent’s “Collapsing Horizon” has a unique approach to sound.”
“Tangent successfully create a mood that, despite its homogenous atmosphere, can convey subtle qualities as well as an all-pervading grandeur.”
Tangent’s new album is out on n5MD!
This is the official video for ‘Distorted Reality’ of Tangent’s third album ‘Collapsing Horizons’ out on n5MD!
Tangent is proud to announce to have signed to n5MD! Our new album “Collapsing Horizons” is scheduled for release later in 2016!
Tangent is working on a new, at this moment untitled album!
We are working on 8 to 10 tracks now and it will be more song based than our previous albums!
‘Conclusion: I’ve been never disappointed by this great compilation series, but I can assure you that the vintage of this 5th volume is absolutely exceptional.’
‘But one of the best cuts for sure comes from Tangent, which once again confirms great IDM skills…’
‘In another batch from Tympanik we will look at new work of the duo Tangent, with the given name “Transience”, album that will fool the listener by it composition. And how is that? Because songs that are pretending to suffer from stereotype are actually a well of sound analysis. Ambient areas with a simple melody are getting sometimes a hypnotic character (Discovery) regenerated with drone or noise elements (Sublimated) that are carefully putted into songs so they can culminate into the sound of structured chaos in the end (Shattered). Dreamy ambient with strong broken beats are affecting stereotypical in some parts, but in the songs meaningfully included and in some parts licked by hall or little delay effect. Like in many IDM projects, I miss some expressive memorable moment, but on the side of ideas, creativity or composing structures, is “Transience” exceedingly breath taking piece, where in a unchanged point are many things starting to going on that are filling the album with atmosphere. On the first listening you will seem that basically its nothing new under the sun and you listened many things like that before, but by careful listening you will discover that every song contains and interesting idea that is based from the same point and can nicely surprise with interesting elements such as field recordings or many glitch disturbances. So don’t hesitate, get “Transience” and go to discover noises. The right music for rainy ramble in highlighted city streets in deep night.’