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Breaking up the steady slew of comebacks is wait...you guessed it! A dark ambient/drone album. This one is by Dragon's Eye founder Yann Novak, a most distinguished name if ever I heard one. A foreboding, solitary track numbering 42 minutes exactly. Without indulging in illicit headphone abuse, it's hard to easily capture distinctive things to say about this but I'll try! I imagine being trapped de ...

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Relocation. Reconstruction by Yann Novak
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 09 September 2010

Breaking up the steady slew of comebacks is wait...you guessed it! A dark ambient/drone album. This one is by Dragon's Eye founder Yann Novak, a most distinguished name if ever I heard one. A foreboding, solitary track numbering 42 minutes exactly. Without indulging in illicit headphone abuse, it's hard to easily capture distinctive things to say about this but I'll try! I imagine being trapped deep inside a cave in Siberia, venturing out i'd only be teetering on a precipice so I may as well stay in the relative warmth & security of my new found abode. There's a vicious, haunting wind outside that sounds like an industrial furnace deep underground. I can hear a faintly mechanized undercurrent, it's becoming more apparent now. The hollow, muffled howl of wind seems to be rumbling & lapping at my ears now, like waves of monolithic current. I'm being steadily, happily transported into Novak's world here - much like Tomas Koner's, a tapestry of enveloping, claustrophobic & deeply unsettling sound from an Arctic bunker. Cracking!


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