Sunday, January 28, 2018

TT-ram & Lutz Thuns – Hypnosis (2017)

  • Ambient 
  • Ambient drone 
  • Microtonal 
  • Dark ambient 
  • Neoclassical 
  • Electronic music 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Minimalism 
  • Epic 
  • Soundscape

Comment: this set of 6 compositions used to drift somewhere between spirituality and ambient music imbued with flickering ghosts, and shadows reflecting walls and murky memories from the past of having a weaker impact due to passing the time. As if one walked in a surreal grayish world surrounded by gigantic trees and silence. And one would meet no living substance while walking on. Yet one is filled with the expectation of something is going to happen soon or you are waiting for someone. In fact, I have experienced such a sort of dream and by my opinion it would be the description of afterlife. Musically it is a perfect accompaniment and stimulus of your thoughts and desires reflecting upon divine world. Majestic, cathedral/catacombs/monastery drenched ambiances used to develop slowly being backed up by minimal rhythms, and coagulated sonic effects hanging either atop or in front of. It may be only the track called Brainstorming gives you a "false" impression about the direction of the whole outing because there is up the strong shuffle of galvanized rhythms. In overall, it is a blissful and frightening world simultaneously. It is also an excellent example of how minimally managed music can be emotionally highly overwhelming. By kindred souls I recommend listen to the aesthetic of such an Italian ambient juggernaut as Alie Die, and also the music of Globobscuro. Simply the greatest in its minimal magic realism. The collaborative issue (between German Lutz Thuns, and French artist TT-ram) is a part of the discography of Hortus Conclusus.
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...