DWELLER AT THE THRESHOLD
CD, Eurock , 1998
On their debut album "No Boundary Condition", Dweller at the Threshold (DATT) already proved they could expand very nicely on the classic analogue music made in Germany’s ‘70’s by TD, Schulze and the likes, carefully avoiding the trap of being a copy-cat.
"Generation-Transmission-Illumination" shifts between hypnotizing and dreamy territory along rhythmic sequencer efforts pushing things forward without urgency. It culminates in three movements of spacy, gently soaring yet compelling space music and imaginative ambiences pairing the light and the dark seamlessly.
If you got and enjoyed DATT’s first album, you can dive into this 53-minute cosmic release without any doubt or hesitation.