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NUMINA & ZERO OHMS: BROKEN STARS THROUGH BRILLIANT CLOUDS

Numina

Progressive Electronic


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5 stars Flowing structures over a windy sky.

Numina (Jesse Sola) + Zero Ohms (Richard Roberts) release this 2015 electronic collaboration titled "Broken Stars Through Brilliant Clouds" on the venerable Spotted Peccary label, as the label itself advertises. Numina is no stranger to me, I have been following this one man project for a while, on the other hand, I have never heard Zero Ohms releases.

Well, this collaboration to put it simply is a Masterpiece.

Expect winds, all kind of SONIC winds. Flowing breezes, hard ones, showering ones, nocturnal as bright daylight ones and always constant and ever seducing, creative and multi-colored ones.

The best of the electronic prog/environmental worlds (like the 70´s TD or some Schulze´s slower paced works without rhythmic pulses or their later silly melody lines ) and the always underrated, (here in PA ), Ambient tagging (Robert Fripp, Brian Eno, Fripp & Eno, Steve Roach, Alio Die, etc, etc).

A MUST!

*****5 PA stars.

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