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Enfant terrible wrote: 'Passage Omni'... the name might suggest it... is made entirely with the Omnichord. The Omnichord is a musical instrument from 1981 made by Suzuki. Logosamphia use trippy and dreamlike ambient music. Soothing sounds presented in tranquil pieces with some references to classic ambient pieces and Kosmische Scene artists... bringing you back into the 60's and 70's...
The Wire magazine (UK) June issue 2012 wrote: "....It has the ditzily spacey vibe of early Sky-era Cluster, albeit with a bit less depth and a bit more shuffle action."
Review by 20jazzfunkgreats (UK):
"Logosamphia’s Passage Omni is a wake for long-forgotten gods of the ocean celebrated at the bottom of the abyss, within barnacled wreckages, by the spectres of the drowned. Or the echoes of a mass at the church of our past, where we worship, and from which we are barred. In its solemnity, it stretches across a whole galaxy of mournful instances, in its beauty, it gives meaning to our bereavement."
Chain DLK review (USA):
".....It had a particular sound and the way it's used on Passage Omni remember some 70s German ambient music. Melodic, intense and evocative, Logosamphia on this tape did a great work and I'll have to keep an eye on the Enfant Terrible website, because it will be relased on only 60 copies on February."
Review by Nonpop (DE): www.nonpop.de/nonpop/index.php?mkey=LOGOSAMPHIA-Passage-Omni&type=review&area=1&p=articles&id=2092