Kenneth John Parsons is a UK-based audio creator/composer who started his own little indie record label Inexplicata Music to release his music under the motto: drawn from life, the ether and the imagination.
The 13 tracks found on “Tribute to Andrei Tarkovsy’s Solaris” (“Electronic Atmospheres Based on the 1972 Film, Directed By Andrei Tarkovsky”) is highly cinematic soundscape music without rhythm, which creates overall alienating and unearthy atmospheres and the feeling of being out there. There’s a certain abstract angle to the overall sonic outcome, but tracks such as “Hovering Above Solaris”, “Metamorphosis Of The Solaris Oceanis” or “”Harri’s Theme” are examples of smoothly drifting, beautifully rendered space music.
The gentle, airy music of “Tribute to Andrei Tarkovsy’s Solaris” is a joy to listen to, as it easily transports you to another dimension, while immersing the listener into curious and overall spacious realms.
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