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INVENT THE UNIVERSE

Stellardrone

 

Progressive Electronic

3.77 | 3 ratings

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BrufordFreak
4 stars This album is one of Lithuanian Edgaras Zakevičius' earlier releases. It has some real magical melodies to hook the listener in, but one can also see in the relative simplicity of the compositions that Edgaras was still developing confidence and experience. This simplicity sometimes works for him, sometimes against. At this point in his recording/production career I think too much time was being considered for very slow, very deliberate development and decline (or retrogression) while too little time was spent on layering, multiplying themes, and incidentals. Very smooth production, though.

Five star songs: 9. "The Edge of Forever" (4:05) (9.5/10); 1. "The Belt of Orion" (6:26) (9/10); 7. "An Ocean of Galaxies" (8:22) (9/10), and; the slow developing 3. "Maia Nebula" (12:38) (8.5/10).

Four star songs: 2. "Crystal Spheres" (4:10) (8.5/10); 4. "Approaching the Heliopause" (5:32) (8.5/10); 5. "Millions of Stars" (5:14) (8.5/10); 6. "Pale Blue Dot" (6:13) (8/10), and; 8. "Infinite Void" (6:33) (7.5/10)

A solid four stars album; a very good album of progressive electronic music that is recommended for patient, open-minded music lovers.

BrufordFreak | 4/5 |

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