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Lull - Continue
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Code: rel02
Price: $8.99
1996. A cavernous soundscape composed of spacious drifts and dense, rumbling drones. This is the fourth full-length from Mick Harris under the Lull moniker. Hypnotic journeys into the abyss...

"Imagine the emotional power of Thomas Köner combined with the oppressive disquiet of Lustmord, and you will be well on your way to describing the sounds of Lull, the dark ambient side project of metal and experimental artist Mick Harris. On Continue, Harris creates one hour-long piece, carving out a frozen landscape of powerful proportions. Deep, low wind tunnel sounds, high feedback tones, rumbling white noise and more combine to produce a continuous soundscape with subtle and not-so-subtle variations running through it. The one annoying tendency Harris has is to allow a sound to slowly build up, then vanish suddenly. This tactic is not so bad in and of itself, but it is used repetitively and its attention-grabbing obviousness detracts slightly from the deep ambience of the piece. Mostly, however, Harris's creations are near-perfect icicles of sound. Listeners who are looking for more dynamic music might be disappointed; this is one continuous track, with the same sounds appearing throughout the work. Those who find it repetative, though, should listen closer. Subtle shifts in the layering of the sounds provide a wide range of developments which make for intriguing deep listening. Continue is an album of excellent dark ambience with its few faults overshadowed by the sheer sense of power and beauty it produces in the listener."
--Ujamaa's Ambient Experience

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