- snake charm
- a darker belief
- earth loop fragment
- long pig
- alia ma
- dusk, dead heart
- still breath
A return to the power of our primitive ancestors whirling before fires and evoking the spirits. An intense aura of truths more primal and clear.
“Warm, enveloping and invigorating textures. O Yuki Conjugate’s music inhabits some netherworld between ethnic, ambient, improvised and experimental sounds. The music here is built largely on ghostly layers of percussion suggesting ceremonies of ancient worship…. eerily affecting.” -OPTION MAGAZINE.
“Ambient, pagan, tribal scenes of sitting in a sweatlodge come to mind. The perfect trance inducing music to listen to…” – INDUSTRIALNATION
“O Yuki Conjugate inhabit some netherworld between ethnic, ambient, improvised and experimental sounds, built largely on ghostly layers of percussion which suggest ceremonies of ancient worship…” – HEARTBEATS
“Ethereal and sensual, this is music to tribalize modern man.” (some canadian paper with !*@# as its name)
“OYC weave a musical tapestry combining ancient tribal sounds with modern technology. ‘Peyote’ would fare well as a soundtrack with its dark undercurrents and magical atmospheres. Beautiful stuff…” – GODSEND
“I got a headache on the first listen, that started on the second too..” unknown reviewer
“in its teeming tropical fervour, peripheral buzzing and distant washes of sinister colouration, it depicts a landscape without foreground or figures. the inference must be that the listener becomes that figure in the foreground simply by immersing him or herself in the music.” – DAVID TOOP, THE TIMES