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Slak Magic – Nature Never Lies

Produced by Greg Hunter (Dubsahara), this experimental bass music is perhaps the finest digidub to be found in the Universe of dub and dubstep today. Fusing as it does, the diverse musical realms of folktronica and elements of the audio aesthetic of modular synthesis, it opens a space for neodelic sonic geometry for the post-dubstep sound surfers.  Beyond rules, this music leads the listener on a post-rock, post-techno journey into the psychedelic stoner sound of the underground in London in 2017.

The contemporary artist James Cauty (KLF / K Foundation / JAMM ) created the cover artwork which is an enunciation in the latin sense, from “enuntiationem” meaning declaration. A declaration of definition, opening to the cascades of global beauty that reveal themselves in the ashes of the post-apocalyptic political arena of hate that threatens to engulf nature, space and humanity itself. As the Phoenix majestically rises from the Ashes… so too does the art of our time, serenely independent of the ash and yet, entirely composed of it as in the eternity of creation.
Nature Never Lies… unless she’s Wrecked!

SLAK MAGIC

MUTANTRA

Review : Another Fine Day – A Good Place to Be

Another Fine Day have been a blessing on the musical horizon over the past 2 decades. The depth of this production and the musical magic combine to open deepest spaces of musical experience.  Consciousness flows into Zenlike pools of awareness, revealing ones innermost thoughts and emotions. Its a therapeutic musical moment and can always be recommended.  By comparison with many other contemporary ambient album releases, the sophistication of the geometry of sound is like luxuriating in the State rooms of Consciousness!  Do yourself a favour and go and listen in one of your quieter moments. Your merkaba will thank you for it later 🙂

Let me get the elephant out of the room and say…this album is very … Piano-y.  So if you are piano averse then perhaps not for you. I also felt it was perhaps too much on first listen. But again and again I found myself coming back to listen to the album, its delicate spaces opening up on repeated listens and creating a perfect mood for that peaceful, anti-urban stress-busting aura to unfold.   The production quality is so beautiful that it thankfully seduces ones ear into repeated listens.  Enjoy the original album and DO be sure to check ot the remix album too… its full of splendour!

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Website : www.anotherfineday.co.uk

 

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