Cinquante nuances de grave ?
Beyond the immersive environment experience it also functions on several levels: At low volume and infinite playback, Fade to Gray is highly effective for hypnogogic travel and sleep. At a higher volume, on a sound system that supports the emotional impact of full resolution playback, the sensation of a surreal, symphonic movement magnified and expressing texture, mood, and emotion at a cellular level.
January 22nd, 2017 at 18:45
(smh at that description) I think it’s like a contest with these people at this point. “Oh yeah? You think THAT was a load of pretentious, random words strung together that does nothing at all to describe what the actual music sounds like? Well try THIS on for size, bub!”
January 22nd, 2017 at 22:52
Completely understood the description and it gives me a better idea
of whether the music is another new age happyville vacation or if it
has some deeper creative resonances.
January 23rd, 2017 at 00:11
Oh, and that opening statement that it “moves beyond the drone form”? Spoiler alert : it doesn’t.
But enjoy your deep creative resonances.
January 23rd, 2017 at 11:09
Don’t you dare waking me up of my hypnogogic travel and sleep at my office desk.
C'est la percée la plus importante en territoire Somnifère de Steve Roach depuis A deeper silence, qui remonte à 2008.
Je crois que ça enfonce même le Somnium de Robert Rich, pourtant une somme sur la question.