Obfusc :: Midnight Dome (Boltfish)

Lost in waves of low-tones and memories from childhood, these foggy windows reveal early 90′s era Warp fragments; bass-beats, subtle melodic bursts, underwater meanderings, manipulated guitars and gentle instrumentals leaves Midnight Dome in a field of its own.

Obfusc 'Midnight Dome'

[Release page] Swaying light branches of shoegaze hidden in a predominately ambient-electronic album, Obfusc creates minuscule audio puzzles of dizzying complexity on the new Midnight Dome with Boltfish.

Lost in waves of low-tones and memories from childhood, these foggy windows reveal early 90′s era Warp fragments; bass-beats, subtle melodic bursts, underwater meanderings, manipulated guitars and gentle instrumentals leaves Midnight Dome in a field of its own. Utilizing creative sound imagery in its duration, Obfusc presents mysterious voids that are subdued yet omnipresent. Wrapping your ears around these delicate pulses tend to keep the unconscious brain in a constant state of flux. While this venture into experimental strains is soothing, it’s the shifting of musical gears that keeps the entire package adrift. Ambience tied to thumping electronic motifs, the entire package is subdued and audibly satisfying. Fans of Legion Of Green Men’s Spatial Specific will easily gravitate towards Midnight Dome‘s bidirectional sonic beauty.

Midnight Dome is released on Boltfish. [Release page]

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