Everywhere at the End of Time - Stage 5

The Caretaker - Everywhere at the End of Time - Stage 5
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2018 Ratings: #94
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September 20, 2018 / Release Date
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Memories seem to have given up. This is pure abstract non-existence. The sound work here is like nothing I've ever heard, as the memories are less a rushing river or choppy sea, but a whirlpool of chaos and weakness.
this is even wilder than stage 4. the sampling has been completely overtaken by the noise and it is total chaos. it's basically over at this point. not a lot i haven't described the other stages that's not here, but it does get much emptier by the time this is over.
Can't revise as well to this Stage, bit of a shame.
Chaos, confusion, anger at the chaos, fear of the confusion... this album has stopped being recognizable as music for the most part. Very occasionally there will be a hint at normal music, like an ancient brain synapse firing its last super nova of memory before crumbling into the rest of the void. But other than that there isn't much here, the calm acceptance of I and J are long gone and give way to fear and anger only.
very similar to stage 4, but still going even further off the deep end. more chaotic at times, but also way more drone-y at times. not a whole lot to say about it, but things are definitely getting interesting
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Added on: September 8, 2018