Dave Luxton – Dark Moon

Dave Luxton - Dark Moon
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Dave Luxton – Dark Moon
CD-R, Wayfarer Records, 2010


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.
As Dave himself points out, some minimal melodic lines are incorporated on two tracks, the very nicely rendered and almost soothing “Waiting for the soft rains” and “Imbrium”, while nice pulsations surface on the strong title track.

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.

Website: www.daveluxton.com

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