LPF12 :: Whiteout.4. (Self Released)

Brilliantly executed, deliciously absorbing with a pretty convincing electronic orchestration which sometimes reach ecstatic refinement thanks to deep tonal undulating vibes and experimental ornamentations.

LPF12 :: Whiteout.4.

Highly productive and prolific sound artist, Sascha Lemon (aka LPF12) has produced LPs/EPs on various independent net labels such as The Crime League as well as self released efforts. The work of Sascha Lemon explores the world of “deep listening,” space ambient and sonic sound sculptures in a captivating and efficient way. The ocean of sound motifs and the sinuous aural textures invite the listener to a tremendous imaginary voyage through the infinite unknown, to the macrocosm and transversal virtual worlds connected to the streams of our subconsciousness.

I’m quite moved by what I heard from his previous materials, including the kinetic and dronescaping EP FahrenheitWhiteout.4. embraces the stylistic path ever approached in the past releases with more emphasis on the deep sounding like sci-fi drone hypnosis. Vertical listening experience and buzzed-out continuums are guaranteed for a meticulous spacey synthesized voyage.

The two extensive pieces are beautifully flowing and spiraling, sustained by treated micro-sounds, mantra-like droning chords and electronic scintillations. Very soundtrack, spiritually compelling, chilling, thoughtful and enveloping with discreet aesthetic tendencies borrowed from the neo-Berlin school of Kosmische Musik. Not the most challenging experimental music I’ve heard in the last few years but it is brilliantly executed, deliciously absorbing with a pretty convincing electronic orchestration which sometimes reach ecstatic refinement thanks to deep tonal undulating vibes and experimental ornamentations. No doubt that this new release will seduce once more the most demanding fans of meditatively cerebral ambient / dronescapes. A new pleasant musical discovery by this discreet but continuously creative artist.

Whiteout.4. is available on Bandcamp.

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