Antarctica: The Bliss Out, Vol. 2

Windy & Carl - Antarctica: The Bliss Out, Vol. 2
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Based on 23 ratings
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February 1, 1997 / Release Date
LP / Format
Darla / Label
Drone, Ambient / Genres
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To end off Day of Drone, we have an amazing album by Windy & Carl. This was the first album I've heard from Windy & Carl, and it was an amazing introduction. For starters, the cover is amazing. It matches the warm, noisy, drone played in this album, even if it does feel a bit overused in some parts. Unlike the other noisy drone album (Love is a Stream), this one had a bit of post-rock influence on it. The last 2 tracks probably had the most post-rock ... read more
"Antarctica: The Bliss Out, Vol. 2" is the drone album with the most melodic drones i've heard in an album. The title track is cold, dark and rhythmical, indeed it gives you the impression that is inspired from Antarctica. "Traveling"is more enigmatic and atmospheric song,it gives you the impression that you passed away but your spirit still exists and you travel to reach an unknown destination. "Sunrise" is a surprising warm song for an album called Antarctica, it ... read more

There are certain cryptids that I believe in (I've written an entire essay about the probability of the skunk ape's existence which you can read here: ), but generally, I don't consider myself to be that much of a mindless believer in such things. I'm a wishful thinker, but I won't claim the Loveland Frogman is real just because I want there to be a wand-wielding ... read more
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Added on: September 28, 2016