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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Wave of Silence - Whirl in the Wind track review

Year : 2016
Genre : Instrumental, Experimental, Massive Ambient, Psychedelic
Origin : United States
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With its track titled "Whirl in the Wind", Walnut Creek based Wave of Silence builds heavily on the concept of massively sound-abundant instrumentalization, arranged into placid sonic forms that are both easy and rewarding to intimately inspect.

Relentlessly introspective while sporting a psychedelic modal tint, the piece seeks out and finds a virtually infinite number of subsequent auditory precedents to entertain the ears and soul with. These optimums are quick to fervently and intoxicatingly ensue as result of the "mere"-, yet quite significant decision to trade the ridigity of structure in, in exchange for a thorough stroll into free form auditory volumetrics that openly and effortlessly thrive to grasp the Original Idea: the Original Idea that even preceded the idea of structure, as a medium to carry the promise of capacity and meaning. Read on to know more.

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