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Steve Moore is a noted figure within the modern synth community, respected for his soundtrack work and his duo Zombi. Beloved Exile is the first solo studio non-soundtrack album he has made in five years, and Moore leaps on the opportunity to fully follow his own path. Guests including Mary Lattimore and Emel Mathlouthi. On Temporary Residence.

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Beloved Exile by Steve Moore
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 08 May 2019

Music just mental. Or should I say the music world is mental. Zombi overlord releases his first non soundtrack solo album in five years and as well as guest such as Mary Lattimore and Jeff Gretz, he's drafted in John Darnielle (the Mountain Goats) to pick the song titles. This could be a new line in guest appearances. Darnielle does a fair job and triumphs with My Time Among The Snake Lords. Nice work if you can get it.

Darnielle doesn't appear here musically but I guess it's not really his thing. Moore is still producing slow moving synth pieces which have an otherworldly feel especially on opener Your Sentries Will Be Met With Force which has the swooping voice of Emel Mathlouthi slathered over it giving it something of the feel of Dead Can Dance. On In The Shelter Of The Dunes, Moore produces a soothing track with lovely rising and falling melody and the pitter patter of Lattimore's harp. 

It's all nicely new age. Unhurried soundscapes with the the themes set to 'relax', Moore has an ability to instil emotion into what in the wrong hands could be proggy synth textures. A soothing delight.    



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