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Here we have a track that begins with more unnerving, brittle and faintly jarring orchestration that suits the unsettled times we live in, strings like shards of frost slicing across your spine, somehow you want more and more as it hurts in a really nice way. This CD then dives into many different pools full of shimmering glacial waters and fluttering, sweeping clusters of amorphous dreams. ...

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CD and postcard on Somehow Recordings.

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The Anatomy Of Melancholy by Pleq & Lauki
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 19 January 2012

Here we have a track that begins with more unnerving, brittle and faintly jarring orchestration that suits the unsettled times we live in, strings like shards of frost slicing across your spine, somehow you want more and more as it hurts in a really nice way. This CD then dives into many different pools full of shimmering glacial waters and fluttering, sweeping clusters of amorphous dreams. It's mainly built within the framework of astral inclined ambient neo-classical and twinkly minimalist composition, cruising high up in the skies, amongst the clouds and is quite breathtaking in parts. There's not much more top say except buy the damn thing, Pleq is always a truly absorbing listen, one of the more exciting experimental sound merchants practicing today and the art card you get with this release is pretty cool too. I don't really know who Mikel Lauki is but it's nice to hear his work mingling with Mr. Dziadosz's.


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