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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

HYBRYDS / Music for Rituals (1992)

Belgian ritualistic ambient music that’s very hard to describe in words because it’s not something that can be easily picked apart. It’s like a wave lapping a shore, if that wave carried within it the seeds of a story not yet written, and the shore was your subconscious. It’s designed to work on a specific part of your brain, making it a perfect accompaniment to the acts for which it's named, or, if you prefer, could be equally useful in aiding sleep.

Songs of Note: The Garden At The Sea; Ritual for Quetzalcoatl

4 drifting shadows out of 5

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