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Harmony in Ultraviolet
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on 8 March 2013
Whereas 'An Imaginary Country' was a poetic piece of sound art, this is a lot heavier and darker - the metal version if you like. An underlying sense of menace prevails as the music rages on, reaching such an intensity you think it might burst into flames at any moment. The whole thing might be too much for some ears, oscillating between existential dread and extreme violence but becoming something altogether very beautiful by the end.
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on 10 October 2006
I must admit this guy is new to me, and I've got to put him straight up there at the top of the ambient/electronica tree, maybe a couple of branches below the boards and four tet (hey I don't know him enough yet to put him on that level). What's it like? Standing alone at the North Pole with fine powdery snow drifting down; In a cathedral, looking up, whirling around with your arms out, and lastly out in deep space, sort of Solaris, the original obviously. Wonderful.
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