This is one of those albums that only works its magic when listened to focused and preferably with headphones. It’s a heavy and intense trip the listener is undertaking here, a lengthy drone journey of some 79-minutes mingling the gloomy, slightly industrial, and hypnotic effectively as we travel slowly but surely through the ghostly, malevolent underbelly of an urban wasteland. Most notably, the three-part “Cassella” spreads a dystopian, stark, and otherworldly sonic perfume all through its 30-minute duration with things expanding and opening up a bit thereafter.
As such I reckon this slow morphing textural music by Mr Kuhlmann is for experienced, patient ambient fans only.
The second disc features the full music in DTS 5.1 music format.
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