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MOON

Phrozenlight

 

Progressive Electronic

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colorofmoney91
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1 stars Phrozenlight is an obscure progressive electronic artist with a vast quantity of releases (all of which I'm slowly adding to the site), so I decided to start my reviewing of his material with the first on his homepage, Moon.

I'm sorry to say that this album may have been a bad first choice, because it isn't very good. This is an earlier release is his discography, so it's forgivable that this album is of unsatisfying quality. The entire album consists of 4 tracks, all around 25-34 minutes in length, that are all the same drone. It's not an engaging drone, but a headache inducing drone, much like the airy drone that you hear from an airplane's engines as you are exiting the cabin. This almost- microwave effect is very dry, sure, but it would be bearable if there were something happening in the tracks. Unfortunately, nothing does happen. Each of these tracks are long enough for multitudes of experimental soundscaping, but there is nothing but a vast drone of unfortunate sadness.

I'm going to continue to review more of Phrozenlight's material (which is all free on his site) in hopes of finding an album that I can find enjoyment in.

colorofmoney91 | 1/5 |

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