« on: February 17, 2014, 11:03:48 PM »
Yes, a very nice reading, thanks a lot for sharing these memorable moments!!!
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Steve Brand is awesome! Where can you get this disc? I thought all the releases now were only digital.
Tomas Weiss - Zeitlos
This just arrived in the mail two days ago and I've been listening to it practically non-stop ever since: at work, while sleeping, but not while operating heavy machinery. Zeitlos is, simply put, one of the better ambient releases I've heard in a while. The tracks are, for the most part, synth-driven soundscapes, typically leaning toward the dark side of ambient. The standout tracks, at least for me, are Alignment (particularly rewarding with headphones), Near Nothing, and Zeitlos. Each of these combines drone-inspired ambient with subtle, but lovely melodies. The last track in particular, Zeitlos, overlays some nice reverberating electric guitar with synths to create a majestic, dreamy atmosphere. Sometimes I get the urge to put that track on repeat; therefore, I'm thrilled to learn that there is an expanded release coming out soon that highlights that track in particular.
Two thumbs up. I hope I'm not making Tomas blush by raving a bit here, but I think virtually everyone who participates in these forums will find something to love in this release. It is a special one.
Circular - Radiating Perpetual Light.
Beautiful Dark Ambient
On Spotify checking this right now. What a brilliant album this is. Always been meaning to get Circular - Substans on Ultimae but will have to get this first. On the urgent list.
I did listen to "Spiral Meditations" today, what can I say, it sounded very mediocre to me...
The sound quality is not good, no depth, everything is just average, no magic...
I am still convinced it sounds good in steves studio, but it is to me clear he have made dramatic changes in is signal path...all sounds so much cheaper now a lot of the later releases...sad to hear...
Strom Noir- Ghosts Are The Most Fragile When Dancing- I love this one, a real oddity in Strom Noir's discography. It's one of the most diffuse albums I've ever heard-- on the surface, it's just static-y fog, but close listening reveals a myriad of fascinating sounds. It's only an EP though. Damn. Should be longer.
|STROM NOIR 'textures'|