Label: BI-ZA Records - none • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Ambient, Berlin-School
The cacophonous title track is a nightmarish sound collage - lonely despairing cries, animalistic howls, scattered snatches of voices and dream-like glass chimes rising up creating a very claustrophobic panic.
Eventually pattering soft looped beats and levitating lead synth brings a warmer enveloping quality that helps the listener put more distance between the unnerving elements. Who knows what waits to be discovered this way? Difficult but not impenetrable, with many repeated listens a must to fully grasp and appreciate, this is the sort of work that seasoned electronic listeners will get the most out of, who will be able to approach it and listen without being intimidated by the variety of styles and sounds on offer.
Four stars. Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. Soon the arrangements were moving beyond this original idea, and a surge of inspiration resulted in this collection of lengthy dark drones, low-key slowly unfolding sound collages, reflective synth-scapes and avant-garde experimentation that brings an extra layer of depth to this always intelligent artist and his work. You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing use forum credentials.
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