The Project

EMME YA is the in deep exploration of Edgar Kerval in the fields of sonic mutations and hybrid soundscapes emerging from astral atavisms experimented time ago... EMME YA is a black planet with two suns (256=11x23 E.Q) in the sirius binary such planet resides mostly of loas ,spirits from Atlantean tradition and extraterrestrial emanations surrounding the aura of planet earth. EMME YA is an experimental organism growing and mutating all the time,so finally our debut album will be out this year through the British label COLD SPRING recs. "Atavistic Dreams And Phallic Totems" will be out soon. so keep on contact for more informations. also our participation in QUARTIER 23 compilations cd "The Pentagram","Sex magick",and other free downloadable compilations are upcoming advances of what people could expect through our albums. Also the final release of "Beyond The Secret Flame"(Aiwass Manifesto) Through The Mercurius Collective is out now!!!. an abstract vacuity and magickal paradigms transmitted through the Ritual Mantras generated by EMME YA!!!


The main influences are the ancient mystical cultures,as atlantis,sumerian gods,voodo pantheon,atavisms,and diverse abstract forms which reflects into our mind,more than the perceived reality hidden in ancient stellar wisdom. such vast forms are channels of perceptions which I focus through EMME YA. the transmissions appeared to my mind in a mutating way,showing me tha path to follow...a dark path beyond the stars!!!!
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domingo, 4 de septiembre de 2011

Reviews "Atavistic Dreams And Phallic Totems "cd

"Atavistic Dreams & Phallic Totem" is based on the mysterious African Dogon incident and their secret oral tradition.
It became known that ethnic group, two researchers in 1930, the assumption represented that precisely that people possessed astronomical knowledge about the Sirius star, which however can be also detected only in accordance with modern methods (the Dogon told third way, even by a star in the system with called Emme Ya, now Sirius C).
The true knowledge about it is certainly mysterious, but probably speculative, and who wants to delve into this profound story in more detail that is allowed to be happy and well read. Once that's settled, we come to the real aspect of the music.

The experimental "The Distant Black Sun" granted at the beginning but not really easy start, what changes in the following presentation, however. Spooky run through the whispered voice objections Klanggut, because the steaming mists entkriecht as seemingly the ground and his threat to be equal to the subsequent "by Vas nefandum" pass.
Once again, holds the fourth scoring passages which sound fits in very nicely into Emme Ya whispered.
The setting is convincing, it then with the final "pre-Eval Atavism" in which harmonizes a dull, worn with the rhythm very atmospheric soundscape. The musical work is left by a mysterious and slightly threatening feeling to awaken without this but with warm inspirations.

Musically, the music remains true to this law, that is, ritually-prone Dark Ambient is the one who wants to be explored only once in all of its niches.
The easy way out, the artist has never even gone with Emme Ya, which requires something Einhörvermögen accordingly, it is of course more interesting. The stimulus emanates from this work shows his face so only after several meetings, but represents the expectations of the appropriate audience satisfied.

With "Atavistic Dreams & Phallic totems" of the musicians seem to have found his path and his destiny, but that Silberling is also the best for me so far works by Emme Ya. Ritual for friends afflicted, astral sounds this publication is ultimately an unquestionably good choice.

In the 30 years studied, the anthropologist Marcel Griaule and Germaine Dieterlen the Dogon tribe of Africa. They should have found out that the Dogon possessed advanced astronomical knowledge. So they should already have had a knowledge of the star Sirius B, and another companion of Sirius, which was only discovered in the seventies with modern telescopes, without any instruments himself possessed. The Dogon are supposed to have said that they had with extraterrestrials from the Sirius system have been in contact. These research results from Griaule, however, could not be confirmed by other scientists.

Meanwhile, also turned out that the information was based on methodologically flawed surveys and the results were astronomically over Sirius in the form can not be confirmed. Yet this story has become a modern myth, the album is dedicated to the present.

As a listener can launch into a ritual journey, the one match-up between Africa and the cosmos and waver. The ritual sounds convey the feeling as if you were to look at tribal occult incantations, always under the threat, and discovered to be sacrificed. The incantations in a language not understandable to do the rest of her album and in the course of a gong will sound again and again, distorted chorale is heard, the sounds of flames along with the distorted cries of people that one can get an idea of ​​what's happening .

Very cleverly played with the imagination of the listener: you do not know what's coming, but the fear of what might come before is what really bad. Speaking to the Emme Ya, the album by going to create tension - it all seems to only be the calm before the storm.

Sometime you feel before the greatness of the universe and the seemingly gigantic small and insignificant. Who H.P. Lovecraft's stories knows, is now even better able to anticipate how must have felt most of the protagonists in his stories. A fantastic album - definitely one of the best Dark Ambient / Ritual albums this year.
Behind the project Emme Ya you find columbian artist Edgar Kerval. Present album titled "Atavistic dreams & phallic totems" moves in territories of ritual music and dark ambient, not too far away from early Coil or early Lustmord. The album is a tribute to the mysterious african dogon tribe and their secret oral tradition. The music on the album is deep and intense ritual ambient music. Listen in a dark room!

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