Pete Namlook and Tetsu Inoue
Abstract uses of the sampled pulse make a delicious recipe for echoes and verbs that swirl around melodic phrase like clouds of wave compression. Using the computer to manipulate sound and play with its deliverance onto the loudspeaker is the basis for all electronic music, and yet in this early beginning of the new era of synthetic music, many experimental themes were called upon to discover what these processes really could achieve.
Pete Namlook and his companions through the stages of his career have been instrumental in the pioneering work involved with ambient. Taking steps up from masterminds such as Eno ,Tangerine Dream, and Vangelis, pushing limits further into the outfield with new powerful software and processors is always in the background, and modern artists continue this ascent today.
Drawn out lounges of pushed and effected noise make melodious playthings of our auditory world. The album creates a new world for us, an in the way the notes and colourful expressions of them greet us and interact with us on the inside, we are brought to a peaceful and splendid place in which ghosts and living folk join together in our mental experience. It could well be a slice of heaven, on a CD.
As the atmosphere shifts into a rhythmic and tribal area, wooden taps and insect replications merge with the cosmic feels from before, to join the two places of peace in a harmonious handshake, across time and space. This is an album to listen to in those tired and motionless states, where we wish to fill the silence, allow ourselves to travel in a daydream, or just do some work in a peaceful way that doesn't lead to stress. Timeless music for its time, can't tread on a classic album, sound, or a decent effort.
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