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Never Known


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3.00 | 1 ratings

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3 stars Once in a Lifetime is the second NEVER KNOWN album, recently re-issued on Afe Records (A. MARUTTI's own label). This album consists of dreamily-ritual excursions through ancient time and primordial elements. It starts with the two trancey-minimalism drones (A Waiting, Through the Gate), introducing us to liminal spaces. Day Two represents the beginning of a voyage through the origins and the primal-ontological foundations of life. It is made of expanded organic chords floating in deep distance. Almost without transition it directly carries on the completely sonic-black mental-scape with its strange metallic "doomy"-like echoes and high-pitch fantom-like frequencies. From dark austerity it passes to a beatific state of ravishement with the intimate and dreamy "On the Beach". This album is in the vein of the previous NEVER KNOWN, continuously beautiful with intensively mythical tellurian symbols.
philippe | 3/5 |


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