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1 review »I'm being well lushed out by this Area C double CD set. 'The Planetarium Project' is a fine collaborative effort between Black Forest/Black Sea, Eyes Like Saucers and Mudboy and is just gorgeous. The first CD unfolds in that pulsing, gently morphing languid way the classic komische/ambient kraut sounds of the 70s, (pioneered by bands such as Tangerine Dream & Cluster) did. See also the recent ... »

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  • SED2CD054 / 2CD set on Sedimental Records w/ Black Forest/Black Sea, Eyes Like Saucers and Mudboy

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The Planetarium Project by Area C
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 11 September 2009
I'm being well lushed out by this Area C double CD set. 'The Planetarium Project' is a fine collaborative effort between Black Forest/Black Sea, Eyes Like Saucers and Mudboy and is just gorgeous. The first CD unfolds in that pulsing, gently morphing languid way the classic komische/ambient kraut sounds of the 70s, (pioneered by bands such as Tangerine Dream & Cluster) did. See also the recent Emeralds stuff. My record collection is never too stuffed to take in more doe eyed pups such as this, the quality and richness of this floating astral tapestry, being woven lovingly as you listen, is of the highest order. I'm trying to eat a Chinese whilst reviewing this so if I bliss out and start just typing ecstatic MMMMMMmmmmnnMMMMMssssss everywhere then the juxtaposition of steaming duck & analogue floatyness has had me reach some kind of pleasure climax....oh hang on MMMMMMmmmmmNNNNnnnnnnWoooooo! I'm proper out in space with this one, the interstellar effects on track 2 are tremendous, it's like being stuck in a huge space probe, loads of woozy keyboards swooping & screeing all over the place whilst all this hypnotic bloopy stuff keeps happening. Then amongst some endearing rattly crackling, the 70s soft-cushion cosmic mantra returns, a calming drone soothes & settles whilst all forms of stellular lifeforms whizz by! This is totally one of the best things I've heard this week and I've not even time to investigate CD two. Brilliant!

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