Conference of Trees

Pantha Du Prince - Conference of Trees
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2020 Ratings: #49 / 183
User Score
Based on 54 ratings
2020 Ratings: #112
March 6, 2020 / Release Date
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Modern Recordings / Label
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A lovely electro-acoustic ambient album by Pantha Du Prince which may not be amazing it sets yout what it wants to achieve a chill pleasant listen

Track Review

Approach in a Breeze 7.5/10
Transparent Tickle Shining Glace 7.5/10
Holding the Oak 7/10
When We Talk 7.5/10
Roots Making Family 7.5/10
The Crown Territory 8/10
Supernova Space Time Drift 7.5/10
Silentium Larix 7.5/10
Pius in Tacet 7.5/10
Lichtung 7/10

Average: 7.5/10
Pantha du Prince triumphs with his latest LP "Conference of Trees", his best release since the expansive, hypnotically minimalist structures that made up 2010's "Black Noise". More electroacoustic and modern classical influences rear their heads here than in some of Prince's past works, but I definitely appreciate the change of pace.

- new ground for Pantha du Prince
- very atmospheric

- not a good place to start for newcomers
emotional microhouse that in its length doesn't do as good as it could.
Blissful atmospheres, the nature of dance.
Genre: Ambient
Origin: Germany

Final Verdict: 74% (Very Good Album)
Yearly ranking: 18th / 222

Highlight: Supernova Space Time Drift

Made me think of:
Brian Eno
Clint Mansell
The Living Sleep
Explosions in the Sky
A Silver Mt Zion
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Added on: February 7, 2020