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The quiet simplicty of this record is what makes it so delicately beautiful. The very gentle synthesizer phrases employed leave a lot of space around them for your mind to fill in if necessary. The blanks around the spaces are almost as interesting as the synth voices. Once I'm fully immersed in the sound, things have a deeply hushed beauty. The first track in particular recalling the closing ...

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The Drawing Of The Line by Emuul
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 12 August 2011

The quiet simplicty of this record is what makes it so delicately beautiful. The very gentle synthesizer phrases employed leave a lot of space around them for your mind to fill in if necessary. The blanks around the spaces are almost as interesting as the synth voices. Once I'm fully immersed in the sound, things have a deeply hushed beauty. The first track in particular recalling the closing scenes of David Lynch's 'Blue Velvet'. The overall sound evokes many ghostly visions and at times I recall some of Nurse With Wound's Soliloquy For Lilith. Things get increasingly melancholy with some lovely restrained tones, guitar and muttered vocals. All the while dissolving plumes of almost tangible fog are revealed and press forward into the mix and then slowly dissolve and decay whilst attaining a fuzzy cloak of hushed distortion. Lovely work from Seattle's Kyle Iman.


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