The cinematic impact and mysterious vibrations embedded in the ambient music of David Luxton always have had a quirky twist. That doesn’t change on “Dark Moon”, an instrumental album that takes its audience on a gentle journey into new sonic frontiers out there.
The cosmic pieces of smooth atmospheric drone textures slowly evolve and drift, expand and retreat, in a gliding, slightly symphonic manner.
It’s still this (intentionally?) quirky, uneasy edge to his music that makes this 48-minute trip into the outer realms a not too comfortable one.
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