Noisyfilter :: Radiance (Lagunamuch)

The soundscaping ambiences are simultaneously luminous, static and magnetic, substantially developed as fluxuous waves, meditatively cyclical and admitting micro variations as well as processed electronic moves.

Noisyfilter ‘Radiance’

[Release page] Written by Roman Kolesnikov (aka Noisyfilter) Radiance delivers a splendid mantra-like evanescent ambient initiatory journey. The musical content is largely made of buzzing droning sequences, sampled textures sustained by a vast gallery of treated micro-sounds originally taken from field recordings and concrete noises. The soundscaping ambiences are simultaneously luminous, static and magnetic, substantially developed as fluxuous waves, meditatively cyclical and admitting micro variations as well as processed electronic moves. The opening track introduces the listener in a stylistically meditative calm soundscape, evolving slowly to reach an emotional state linked to a state of sacred fascination. “Polyexp” is a rigorously absorbing soundscaping ambience made of deep abstract-dynamic electronic orchestration. Radiance follows the path of subliminal drone frequencies including cinematic tendencies (“Air,” “Trektoria” and “Listener”) a certain romantic breathy aesthetic (“Garden”) and meaningfully mesmeric, psycho-acoustic sound gestures (“Border Fear” and “You are here”). The complete album is very personal but can implicitly be localized between the meditative sound quality of Cluster / Brian Eno’s classic collaborative works and the modern / challenging facets of dark ambient music (Tumulus Seraphin, Algol, Sinke dûs et al) with a delicate sensibility for musique concrète. Primordial and aerial dreamscapes devoted to deep tonal clusters. Magnificent if not transcendental sonic realms of complex electronic sonorities. Definitely recommended.

Radiance is available on Lagunamuch. [Release page | Buy at Juno]

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