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- The Day The Music Died by Atlantis
9/10 Phil Staff review, 07 December 2011
In case you didn't know, and you probably didn't cos you're too busy enjoying life instead if obsessing about rampant musical nerdery, Atlantis is actually Tim from Maps & Diagrams doing a different thing. Here he leaves the world of ambience and glitchy, melodic electronica for some more synth based cosmic business. The Day The Music Died has a very futuristic feel to it and it's also otherworldly. In fact it sounds like it would soundtrack a bizarre undiscovered planet. Strange electronics, eerie space noises and cosmic synthy business are the order of the day here. It's kinda dark as well in places which just goes to show much of a disturbed individual Mr Diagram must be. The album is somewhere between the weirder end of the Ghost Box stuff and the more Kosmische stylings of Jurgen Muller. It's a thoroughly enjoyable listen from start to end! It looks lovely too, packaged in a hand stitched thing with a printed taggy thing on it. Words aren't my strong point...
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