George Diamandis - Serene
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September 12, 2020 / Release Date
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The artwork refers to 17th century, so from this ambient album i've expected to sound like it comes from this era and how to achieve that? Classical sound, violins are some examples and as it seems that was the intention of the artist, because some of the tracks sound like this, but not all of them, many tracks gives you the impression of something darker and more sinister, like a sacrifice
The album has a unique sound but there is not concept, just a failed attempt to create one. The album is ... read more
I have come to enjoy and try out all form of ambient music but this album really just isn't doing it for me. The description of "Neoclassical Darkwave" sounded amazing when I first thought of what it could be but was kind of disappointing at all of the bright sounds I was hearing throughout, I was expecting a more sinister sounding album and was left with an odd mix of scary sounding charms and notes but with an underlying sound of calmness. I feel that If this record were to be mixed ... read more
It's so wonderful what you can see on the independent scene. Pure trip, im speechless
Their best album IMO
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Track List

  1. Winds of Past
  2. Kill for Love
  3. Serene
  4. Butterfly Dust
  5. The Snower
  6. The Mysterious Demolition of Temple
  7. All Saints
  8. Strange Field
  9. Dancing Thunder
  10. The Night's Void
  11. Monsters Approaching
  12. Lily Went to the River and Never Came Back
  13. Chrysanthemums
  14. Purgatory
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Added on: August 19, 2020