Posts Tagged: Places
Many of the albums we review offer a blend of genres (such as ambient-drone or electonic-experimental), but it’s unusual for a single work to incorporate as many references as Places, which threads in six out of the seven categories we cover.
Most Americans (and possibly people from other Western countries) have a skewed perspective of the Russian Federation. We see it as grey, cold, brutal and maybe even brittle. We see conformity in drab light. A few generations of peri- and
Ambient music needs a new language. The current language of dreams, recollections, faded photos and fog just won’t do anymore, and the visuals, as pretty as they may be, need more variety. Ambient music itself is rich in resonance and