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posted a comment on Klaus Wiese - Allah Infinity. 2 months ago
What do you expect from a KW album entitled 'Allah Infinity'? Nothing else but Allah and Infinity. This is the most weird and dark KW record, a frozen and paralyzing minimalism as if in awe of Something. More like a message rather than music, this is... See full review
posted a comment on Variant. 5 months ago
Effervescent euphoria, mesmerizing haziness, the best dub ambient there is out there, his worst works are almost excellent, his best beyond words.
posted a comment on Kevin Drumm - Tannenbaum. 5 months ago
Despite the serene and seemingly apathetic movement of these megalithic glacial drones, there is a very eerie tension from the beginning to the very end of this remarkable record. A huge iceberg abound in dark tranquillity slowly but steadily moving... See full review
posted a comment on Ulver - Teachings In Silence. 6 months ago
'Not saved': a mind-bending earworm of lupine quintessence. Not saved, saved not.
posted a comment on Muslimgauze - Veiled Sisters. about 1 year ago
A calm but powerful beast that has passed the test of time, over 2 hrs of music and not a single weak moment, each time and a new revelation, give the sisters some time and you will be surprised to what they unveil.
posted a comment on Klaus Wiese. about 1 year ago
Dear Lic0001: Suppose that once upon a time Grassow used/edited original material from Wiese (let's call it version 1). Then, some years later, Weiss also used/edited the same original material from Wiese (version 2). Now, the software you mention... See full review
posted a comment on Klaus Wiese. about 1 year ago
Dear 212: concerning Wiese’s ‘fake’ material, you write on March 13 that they are Weiss’ own recordings, while on April 15 that they are Grassow’s. I am sure all Wiese’s fans are sick with this story and we all demand the truth, or at least, some... See full review
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posted a comment on Coil - Constant Shallowness Leads To Evil. about 1 year ago
Max volume, no headphones. Let the electronic mayhem blast through your speakers, sterilizing everything in the room, your bone marrow included. Inhale and let be inhaled. Purification. Catharsis. How does silence sound now that it is all over?
posted a comment on His Divine Grace - Eurydice. about 1 year ago
The electronic isoform of Gregorian chants, only HDG can really do that.
posted a comment on Mathias Grassow - Divinations. about 1 year ago
His last gem, after this came a flood of meaningless garbage unworthy of the man's calibre, hope he recovers soon.
posted a comment on Rapoon - The Fires Of The Borderlands. about 1 year ago
Nothing reminds modernity here (thus the commonly used industrial and/or ethnic are improper words for this album); instead, one gets engulfed in an eerie antediluvian prehistoric atmosphere, caves and fires and primordial men aghast at darkness, a... See full review
posted a comment on Troum - Eald-Ge-Stréon. about 1 year ago
Your are alone, family far away beyond reach, and are informed that a meteorite is going to crash 2 hours from now and bring the end of life on earth. So this is it, no time for farewells, no time for regrets. Get a cold shower, pray if you will, and... See full review
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posted a comment on Beyond Sensory Experience - Faint. over 2 years ago
Sedative ambient, shy and discrete even when played at max volume, the soundtrack of your personal sanatorium; you won’t need alcohol with this one, just a glass of water.
posted a comment on Oda Relicta - Saint Sebastian / Sphinx The Perched. over 2 years ago
Archaic, heroic, pure, sacral; a criminally underrated post-ambient milestone (don’t be fooled by the haters’ ratings here, you need to give this album a chance), brief in duration but huge in impact, Olegh Kolyada at his most finest.
posted a comment on Maeror Tri - Myein. over 2 years ago
This is the quintessence of this remarkable band; epic here, dreamy there, for few initiating, for all exhilarating, a truly milestone ambient/drone album which, like every good wine, gets only better with time. CLASSIC.
posted a comment on Der Blutharsch - Der Sieg Des Lichtes Ist Des Lebens Heil!. over 2 years ago
Meta-historical, meta-political, neo-this, pseudo-that : i don’t really care what Albin really was, but at that time he made some really fascinating music, this is an incredible album waiting to engulf you with every listening, it captivates me even... See full review
posted a comment on Fjernlys - Ascending Triads & Luminous Arcs. over 2 years ago
Listening to FJERNLYS is like eating honey in the sun.
posted a comment on Nordvargr* - Untitled Navigations 1. over 2 years ago
One of Nordvargr’s most brilliant moments, frozen ambient whose depth is highlighted by the experimental glitch and refreshing dub elements, altogether captivating from the beginning till the (surprising) end. Still available with its bonus cd in... See full review
posted a comment on cv313 - Beyond Starlit Sky. over 3 years ago
Truly sublime, even for (the usually very high) echospace standards.
posted a comment on Klaus Wiese - Eclipse. over 3 years ago
Dear God, what a masterpiece, again, how many more unpublished works exist? Klaus Wiese never stops to amaze me, a true mystic of sound, there is something indefinite echoing the Absolute and the Eternal in his music, that nobody else has really... See full review
posted a comment on Ain Soph - Finis Gloriæ Mundi. over 3 years ago
16 long years after their last album, the Kings are back! Mature and yet fresh, from psychedelic rock to industrial electronica and from cabaret folk to sacral drone: this is AIN SOPH muzak! Easily, the album of 2018.
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posted a comment on Эдуард Артемьев - Andrey Tarkovsky Vol. 4. Zerkalo/Stalker. over 3 years ago
To the best of my knowledge, this is the only CD release containing the actual Stalker soundtrack as heard in the film (and not a rather mediocre re-recorded re-visitation of it as often presented in other editions like this one... See full review
posted a comment on Asunta - Landscapes. over 3 years ago
Distinctive clarinet-based drone psychedelia of the highest sensitivity and quality, mellow and mature and meditative, an album that needs to be saved.
posted a comment on Klaus Wiese - Space II. over 3 years ago
The main disc is very good, typical Wiese meditative overtones, but the gem here is the mini cd included in the limited version, serene and yet threatening, almost cinematic, it will linger in you for quite some time after the cd is over.
posted a comment on Alio Die - Incantamento. over 3 years ago
Alio Die has an extensive discography of consistent high quality, pick up at random any of his releases and you won't be disappointed. But Incantamento is his absolute gem, i doubt that anybody can listen to this and not be impressed and even... See full review
posted a comment on Klaus Wiese - Rest. over 3 years ago
Vincit omnia veritas . . . . . . . .
posted a comment on Klaus Wiese - Rest. over 3 years ago
I can not disagree here. I was also puzzled by the striking similarity with 'Himalaya' when i first listened to 'Rest' a couple of days ago, the synths are indeed almost identical, although an attentive listener will identify important structural... See full review
posted a comment on Klaus Wiese - Rest. over 3 years ago
'But I honestly don't think that Klaus would approve these remastered versions because they sound way too 'mechanical' killing a lot of Klaus' lo-fi magic'.
------ We don't really know whether Klaus Wiese would approve or not, only speculate. But... See full review
posted a comment on Klaus Wiese - Rest. over 3 years ago
Politics aside, if it was not el-culto (Tomas Weiss) many Klaus Wiese works would have been left forgotten and perhaps forever inaccessible for many of us. Moreover, in my humble opinion, Weiss' attitude towards releasing Wiese's works seems to not be... See full review
posted a comment on Troum - Da-Pu-Ri-To-Jo. over 3 years ago
An essential compilation of rare TROUM 7", presented in a wooden box including photos, map of a labyrinth (after all, Da-Pu-Ri-To-Jo is the linear B for 'Labyrinth') and a bottle with 'magic' earth. I doubt that the earth is 'magic', but the music on... See full review
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posted a comment on raison d'être - Alchymeia. over 3 years ago
Alchymeia contains four lengthy tracks with the intention of “scrutinizing the paths of Carl Gustav Jung’s notions of archetypes and the individuation process.” What Raison D’être does is create four scenes that feel partially and personally... See full review
posted a comment on Nature Morte - Bach Eingeschaltet - Zweiter Band. over 3 years ago
I know of no other 7" containing more beautiful and sublime music, ambient just can not get better than this. If possible, enjoy it staring at waves, it will be quite an experience i promise.
posted a comment on Alio Die - Leaves Net. over 4 years ago
Sound art par excellence! These are unique sound sculptures even for the high standards of Alio Die. Deep and meditative, an organic ambient milestone, a rare gem in the vast sea of manure and meaninglessness. Listening to this album will most... See full review
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posted a comment on Docetism - God Has Died, And His Death Was The Life Of The World. over 4 years ago
What Autopsia is to industrial, Docetism is to dub techno. 20 mins of profound eschatology pounding in your ears. Amen and prost.
posted a comment on The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud - Rest On Your Arms Reversed. over 4 years ago
Perhaps the most essential compilation of dark music ever, bringing together TMLHBAC tracks from legendary, rare and limited 7´´ or 10´´ EPs and various collaborations, plus one previously unreleased track. Impossible to select favourite tracks here,... See full review
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