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A double CD in a beautiful digipak.

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here is what Record Collector Magazine said of the album:

Ambient music turned up to 11
It’s safe to say that Richard Walker enjoys amplification. His principal group, a long-running project with shifting collaborators that straddles post-rock, space-rock, trip-hop and shoegaze, goes by the name of Amp. His solo project is Amp Studio, on which he even credits himself under the alias ‘Richard Amp’. Needless to say, Uncertainty Principles is best enjoyed at maximum volume, preferably while lying in an isolation tank or receiving meditation lessons from a floating yogi.
More abstract than Walker’s work with Amp, this release showcases his interest in ambient practices and field recordings. Granted, there is the odd repetitive piano refrain and occasional vocal track buried deep within its sonic fog but the emphasis is on serene and serendipitous soundscapes rather than structured songwriting. Compiling a handful of reworked rarities with correlative new material, the first disc features relatively short three-to-nine-minute drone pieces, whereas the second disc is dominated by the more rhythmic half-hour expedition, Uncertainly Alive. The only real sore-thumb moment is Mort Irritées, an incongruously aggressive rattle of random noise music that’ll have your yogi crashing out of the window and tumbling down the fire escape.
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Ampbase | AMP 019 (2CD)
Reviewed by JR Moores