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If you enjoy spectrally ambient choirs and echoes of things unseen calling like Sirens, beckoning, breathing invocations of unknown delights and distant realities – then by all means sample this release!
It is ten tracks of looped, processed, mixed, twisted, multiplied and layered experiences of sonic deepness. Sometimes dark and mysterious then light-filled infusions of grace and light, Diatonis never fails to deeply satisfy that curious void that serious ambient space fans can never seem to fill.
I listen to hundreds of releases of all types of genres and this is firmly in the “best of the rest” category for a truly interesting, moving, and mind-altering sonic trip. High class material here folks – you have my sound word on that!
I was first exposed to jazz while learning to play chess with my uncles. They would play smooth jazz, and then switch up to more standard types of jazz. But, when they played Kind of Blue by Miles Davis, I was
hooked and I haven't looked back.