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Performer: Continuum
Genre: Electronic
Album: Continuum I + II
Released: 2014
Style: Ambient, Drone, Minimal, Experimental
MP3 version ZIP size: 1301 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1190 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1618 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 555
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A Construct I 19:54
B Construct IV 22:45
C Construct II 21:30
D Construct V 17:28
E Construct III 19:45
F Construct VI 18:31

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Serenity Studio
  • Recorded At – No Man's Land


  • Performer – Bass Communion, Vidna Obmana
  • Photography By, Artwork By – Alephstudio*


Limited edition black vinyl on 180 grams vinyl in three separate picture sleeve, housed in a custom printed PVC sleeve with 24x36inch poster. Numbered.
This is the plain black release.

Originally to be produced on clear vinyl copies and black vinyl, the clear vinyl caused quality issues with the audio resulting in Tonefloat changing the colour to a solid yellow.

Released as 3 x auto coupled LPs
LP1 - Side A Continuum I/II , Side B Continuum II/I
LP2 - Side C Continuum I/II, Side C Continuum II/II
LP3 - Side D Continuum I/III, Side E Continuum II/III

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TF134 Continuum Continuum I + II ‎(3xLP, Comp, Num, Yel) Tonefloat TF134 Europe 2014

Not one of Steven Wilson's better known projects, for sure, but nonetheless extremely compelling. "I/II" sees Wilson and Vidna Obmana expressing emotion and atmosphere through absolute minimalism. On the first few listens, these songs may seem pretty sparse and meandering, but once you really listen to it, it reveals itself to be one of the more in-depth ambient/drone recordings through that minimalism. "I" focuses on exploring more transcendent ambient sections that elevate and haunt you, like on the album highlight Construct I, which features processed piano chords backed by luscious and dense soundscapes. It manages to say so much and say nothing at all. These pieces flow organically, bringing to mind imagery of tranquil bodies of water, shrouded in a mysterious fog, but somehow familiar and inviting. You feel at peace through the cloak of obscurity surrounding these songs. As much as I tend to use buzz words like "ethereal," "gorgeous," and "spiritual," these pieces would fit perfectly into those categories. On the opposite side of this though, is something more sinister, heavy, and pulsing. "II" is the dark to the light half. Pure aural terror, these songs focus on exploring beauty through slow, dense drone-doom pieces interlaced with the occasional field recording. Some of them even sound reminiscent of heavy machinery sometimes, but I wouldn't let that dissuade you from listening, because through that industrial noise comes something of beauty that I think really only can be expressed on these "songs," since they usually focus on mood and atmosphere over listenability and accessibility. It's also worth noting that the art accompanying this release (done by the true legend, Carl Glover) is absolutely stunning and well worth the price. The calm, serene pillars or bridges on water perfectly compliment the ambient side of the album, and the chaotic, overlapping pictures of trains and industrial structures compliment the drone side as well. In a way, the songs could represent these "constructs" and function as a way of deconstructing them. Stripping back everything to showcase the minute details. Only using what's absolutely necessary, and using that to its full extent. That's where this album finds true beauty and meaning. If there's one ambient/drone/minimalist album you should experience, make it this one because it does what it sets out to do extremely well. You won't regret it. I promise.