posted: May 1, 2005 category: Reviews
in a haze:
Electronic soundscape paintings that H.R. Geiger's "Alien" probably dances to at the Acid Blood Club. Well done, hypnotic, and very, very dark. I am listening to it now and finding it difficult to write, since the sounds occupy the imagination to such a degree. The one thing I find annoying, though, is that the tracks sometimes do not conclude, they just stop dead in their tracks. The effect is like falling off something very high without knowing where you'll land. Hmmmmmmmmmmm... maybe that isn't annoying after all. The final track, "Euphondisson," breaks from the hard-edged tonality of the previous pieces and leads the listener instead through blissful emotional panoramas. Okay, I am repeating this track for the third time right now and it just gets better. This sort of sensitive beauty where it is unexpected is stunning.
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