Some Steve Roach, without tribal rhythms, and Brian Eno, without lightness, are the privilege of this long and slow subterranean descent that is Funeral Cavern. It’s an album of an ambient heaviness that could scare any claustrophobic. I found that length by moments, but at every time there was a mesmerizing musical iridescence that filled my ears. Certainly, fans of sequences will be taken by surprise by this calm ode, because the rhythm in there is totally absent. On the other hand, the musicale wealth coming from the circular pulsations and the crescendo of the wrapping analog synths manage to create an atmosphere of a surprising depth where we are easily taking away by breaths of den to thousand cracks but also to thousand perditions.
Musica Maxima Magnetica EEE48
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