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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 love jazz because I enjoy the freedom.
I was first exposed to jazz when I was 17.
I met Cedar Walton at a concert in San Paulo.
The best show I ever attended was Helio Jambao trio.
The first jazz record I bought was Witchcraft by George Benson.
My advice to new listeners is listen to the old school first.