Metal Aether
Lea Bertucci - Metal Aether
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 9 ratings
February 9, 2018 / Release Date
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Feb 20, 2018
pstaggs707
80
This is a great ambient-classical album. It creates a beautiful, ghostly atmosphere and makes for excellent background and foreground music. The saxophone on "Patterns for Alto" sounds like Colin Stetson at his least challenging, and the string-section drones on "Sustain and Dissolve" and "At Dawn" recall Keith Fullerton Whitman's classic, Playthroughs, in their ability to ride the line between grating and euphoric. It is, at times, practically transportive.
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Track List
  1. Patterns for Alto
  2. Accumulations
  3. Sustain and Dissolve
  4. At Dawn
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Added on: December 29, 2017