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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Digitonal's last 12" for Seed a few years back was a glorious progression on from the brittle electroid dynamics of his earlier gear, swathing the understated, skittering beats with real swooping strings courtesy of Samy Bishai. Now Mr. Dobson returns with a lovely new CD called 'Save Your Light For Darker Days' and it's the real deal, I tell thee. Only Apparat managed anything as sweet as th ... »

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Save Your Light For Darker Days by Digitonal
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 05 September 2008
Digitonal's last 12" for Seed a few years back was a glorious progression on from the brittle electroid dynamics of his earlier gear, swathing the understated, skittering beats with real swooping strings courtesy of Samy Bishai. Now Mr. Dobson returns with a lovely new CD called 'Save Your Light For Darker Days' and it's the real deal, I tell thee. Only Apparat managed anything as sweet as this. The second track initially makes me think of Arovane's tides, beat-wise, but more glacial and moving. Then come the strings, they are enchanting man, up there with Chauveau & Richter. The beats get more breaky for a spell, the whole essence reminding me of a classier Rob Dougan who did that epic 'Furious Angels' song that was used to soundtrack every bloody dramatic clip on telly ever. On the whole this album offers up sweet melodic 'IDM' gear with soul, cinematic jazz inflected hip-hop, twinkly Plaid-esque beats and moving string sections underpinned with aquatic glitchy burblings. A dynamic, varied & hugely coherent album from a man who takes his time to deliver something quite outstanding! I reckon if Peter Green hadn't been decided on in advance, this could well have been AOTW. A divine soundtrack on digipak CD only through Just Music.

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