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Progressive Electronic

4.07 | 140 ratings

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4 stars Electronic Bliss.

This album is very immediate, you only need to listen to it once to understand what it's all about. What it may to some extent lack in depth though it makes up for with perfect execution. The busy opener 'sunrain' is up there with the best electronic songs of the krautrock movement. Sunrain gives way to about 40 minutes of lush expansive electronics comprising the rest of the album allowing you to complete bliss out while lying in bed or reading a good book.

I don't really find too much to fault in this album. It is conceivable that some people may be bored by it but then one would have to ask why they're listening to ambient electronic music in the first place. Overall it's just a pleasant passive listening experience full of warm sonic textures ready to embrace you like a warm blanket. This one is easy to recommend to any fan of early electronic music.

FruMp | 4/5 |


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