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Sanguine Hum



4.09 | 65 ratings

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5 stars This album of Sanguine Hum, encounters me in the middle of lockdown, in a time where we put several things under revision. I've listened to the album in several ocassions (loving Spotify right now, and hating guys like Neal morse, Transatlantic who don't manage to put their music there).

This album is a continuos ride, builds up an entire narrative around the magnificent sounds they display. The thing about his album is that it connects toy with contemporary thinking, allows to go an step further and despite the fact of various references to their musical creation, they manage to sound actual, fully engaged with the times ahead.

The opening deserves somthing special, a mixture of electronic soundscapes, textures and the imagination of something far beyond, colourful and really tasty! (fantastic)

Also with Thin Air they managed to conquer my ears and feelings, what an electrifying sense of completion!

I just have to thank these guys for developing such intriguing sounds.

santisoux | 5/5 |


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