A Multicolored Infinity of Vibrations

by Receptor Sight

Released 2014
Released 2014
instrumental psychedelic progressive, space rockish, krautrock inspired music to transport the listener within... acoustic meets synth, meets tribal jazz drumming...... the songs are an unfolding narrative, with a moving mix designed for headphones.
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receptor sight : influenced by 70's kraut and prog rock, space/ambient psychedelic soundscapes.... the music is designed to take the listener on a journey, with a moving swirling mix optimized by a good pair of headphones......
cluster, eno, can, popol vuh, tribal ethnic, hawkwind.... these influences resonate within the structures of the music. the album was improvised, yet simultaneously structured. it is music to lay in the dark and listen to. it is a psychedelic …
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Undogmamind

by Receptor Sight

Released 2002
Released 2002
kraut/space psychedelic landscapes for intensive listening, highly experimental, tribal, soundtrack, ambient, strange......
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"Receptor Sight is an experimental duo dedicated to exploring original sounds through free expression and imagination. The songs are long and spacey sounding. They are held together in epic formats with lots of changes within the songs and intended to take the listener on a journey.

A variety of instruments and non-instruments are used. Mostly guitar, drums and percussion, with the added experimental use of salad bowls, tibetan bells, tape machines, controlled feedback and other …
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Cycles And Connections

by Receptor Sight

Released 2006
Joyful Noise
Released 2006
Joyful Noise
an interesting mix of atmospheric soundscapes, and progressive space rock. psychedelic and tribal. krautrock influenced pieces: unexpected changes, wierd time signatures. epic and loud, yet spacey and mellow.
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Cycles and connections, the second album by Receptor Sight is an interesting mixture of various influences put together in a soundtrack type form. Imagine a bit of early floyd, a bit of brian eno and coil, mix that in with rush, can, sonic youth and the japanese noise masters of the acid mothers temple. now lay back in a candle lit room, crank up loud and listen to the various experimental sound creations, layers of …
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