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Quite a spooky start to the 17 minute song which, to begin with consists of a long and eerie drone, with random sighs of vocals and high pitched percussion. Something you might possibly hear in a soundtrack to the scariest horror film you have ever heard. But saying that it does really create a fantastic atmosphere! MaCu, for you who don't know who she is, is an Austrian based solo performer. ...

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3" CD in Postcard style sleeve on Twisted Treeline.

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Nightflight by MaCu
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6/10 Benn Staff review, 30 June 2011

Quite a spooky start to the 17 minute song which, to begin with consists of a long and eerie drone, with random sighs of vocals and high pitched percussion. Something you might possibly hear in a soundtrack to the scariest horror film you have ever heard. But saying that it does really create a fantastic atmosphere! MaCu, for you who don't know who she is, is an Austrian based solo performer.
She claims to be inspired by the likes of Muse, Radiohead and even some Jimi Hendrix. I can sort of see where shes coming from when she says Muse, but before you get the wrong idea she sounds nothing like Muse, unless you know them really really well! However, Radiohead and Jimi Hendrix I fail to what she means! Perhaps she just used to listen to them? I don't know! Also the album is entitled 'Nightflight'. I presume that it's called this because it feels as if you're on a plane going nowhere, in the middle of the night! But some of the sighing vocals she produces are really spine tingling. All I can compare it to is a ridiculously scary horror film which has been banned from all cinemas in the world ... ever! Do not listen to this one track album if you're in a good mood, this is for an extremely rainy day, with perhaps a feeling of death in the air. I'm not saying it's at all a bad song, but she really does need to cheer up! But to be quite honest all of the way through the song doesn't really change. It's very, very ambient and eerie. But I suppose on a plus note there have only been 100 made!


Guest said:

get a life BENN...worst review I ever read.....


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