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2.96 | 4 ratings

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3 stars What is this about? Just look at the album cover. The sensations that this ambient music brings to your mind are exactly what that picture describes. I hear a strong connection with another band east European band: the Ucrainian Yojo. Both the bands are able to create the mental image of a grey sky, buildings and a sort of dreamy stillness.

There are very few information about the band: not even the lineup. The band should be based in Belgrad, Serbia and that's all. All the tracks are keyboard based, with sounds that can remind also to Alio Die. The album flows smoothly. No percussion at all, nothing that can be called rhythm, except maybe for "Room of the White Lights", but, as I have written, it's a perfect background for a grey day: depressing, not necessarily rainy.

But it can also be approached with a different mindset: the subtle sounds can remind of fairies and woods, it depends on the listener, as always with this kind of evocative music. There's a sort of rainbow on the album cover, too.

Physical copies are rare: they printed only 60 but the album can be downloaded for free from Bandcamp (as I did). I hope you like it as mach as I do.

octopus-4 | 3/5 |


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