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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.

The track is an evident success at what it wants to accomplish, and it also is cognizant enough of its own nature as to refrain from overdosing the listener with a needlessly prolonged time of duration. The inflation of sounds would inevitably set in in such a free spirited-, and only tamely (experimentally) supervised environment, provided their intents would not transcend the desire to express their potential with respect towards the harmonic landscape.

As suggested, it is not an exaggeration to say that the track is a relevant glimpse into infinity, while the limitations of such a gesture are as easy to grasp as are the beneficial results of all such curiosity: the piece paints a highly toxic mobile wormhole into the stillness of silence, then it satisfies with the act of pulling this feat off successfully. Then it - quite abtruptly - withdraws, just in the nick of time to make you want to hear and see the effect again. As in show business, the number 1 technique to deliberate silent molestation is to leave the listener wanting more.

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