Donato Dozzy ‎– The Loud Silence

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FUR 058 Donato Dozzy The Loud Silence(LP, Album) Further Records FUR 058 US 2015 Sell This Version
FUR 058 Donato Dozzy The Loud Silence(8xFile, FLAC, Album, 24 ) Further Records FUR 058 US 2015
FUR 058 Donato Dozzy The Loud Silence(8xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Further Records FUR 058 US 2015
FUR 058 Donato Dozzy The Loud Silence(CD, Album) Further Records FUR 058 US 2015 Sell This Version
FUR 058 Donato Dozzy The Loud Silence(CDr, Album, Promo) Further Records FUR 058 US 2015 Sell This Version
FUR 058 Donato Dozzy The Loud Silence(LP, Album, Ltd, Whi) Further Records FUR 058 US 2015 Sell This Version
FUR 058 Donato Dozzy The Loud Silence(LP, Album, Promo, TP, W/Lbl) Further Records FUR 058 US 2015 Sell This Version

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Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

November 27, 2017
referencing The Loud Silence, LP, Album, FUR 058

The last track on the B-side is the one out of all of them. A bit of a mind scambler release. Very tense in places due to repetition, and the inherent whacked out sound of the mouth harp.
grigorijFfm

grigorijFfm

December 9, 2015
referencing The Loud Silence, LP, Album, FUR 058

how can anyone not rate this 5/5?!
lixenixen

lixenixen

December 6, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
referencing The Loud Silence, LP, Album, FUR 058

If you ever wanted to hear an ambient album based around the sounds of a mouth harp (as seen on the album cover), here it is! Dozzy is working around the same idea as Aphex Twin did ages ago with "Didgeridoo": exploring the sonic similarities between mouth-controlled traditional instruments and synth arpeggios/drones of electronic music. It's an interesting idea, but I think one track would've been enough, like it was for Aphex. Loud Silence is not a bad album, but it's quite samey and doesn't make you go "wow!" or anything. Also, this is already the third Dozzy album in a row that's based around a single concept. There's nothing wrong with experimenting, but I wish he'd go back to the ambient techno sound "K" and "Voices from the Lake", as those albums were deeper and gave more lasting pleasure than these novelty concepts.