“Standing + Falling” is the duo’s third album, which took eight years to accomplish. Their music is heavy as it finds and explores “aural space”. It rides the experimental, adventurous edge, and the outcome on this album is no exception.
It sounds harsh, dark and foreboding , the bleeps, effects and weird sound pallet are hard to endure for 70 minutes. It’s like walking through a surrealistic, otherworldly landscape, but not one that I can recommend. Strange music with an introspective, but overall irritating impact.
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