Tomoroh Hidari :: Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes (Record Label Records)

Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes is an absolutely brilliant, deeply cerebral and moving effort that will ravish fans of electro-acoustic researches, kosmische synthesized minimalism (70’s Berliners) and absorbing dark ambient realms—an astonishingly profound, sonorous and evocative collection of slowly evolving meditative electronics.

Tomoroh Hidari 'Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes'

Tomoroh Hidari The Viennese based artist Tomoroh Hidari made a reputation thanks to the realization of complex and sonically immersive process electronic music. His electronic work admits a multi-directional approach which naturally leads to all kind of experimentations, rather conceptual and abstract but cleverly combined with touching-kinetic electronic grooves and futurist pop-ish melodious textures.

Conceptually inspired by the astro-physical black holes and the enigmatic universe of no-longer existing planets, this last effort develops a musical approach which favors long form ambient pieces in a classically established style, occasionally revealing natural connections with space “Kosmische” music. Each track’s title explicitly refers to a primordial astromomic phenomenon. “Polaris” opens this expanded cosmic musical odyssey with an avalanche of densely burgeoning drones sustained by interactive electronic scintillations, neuro-pulsating bass lines and dynamic molecular noises. “Algol” carries on utterly captivating and resonant soundscaping textures that progressively rise into a tranced-out minimalist trip. After the intriguing and dynamic “Sirius” with its unique psycho-acoustic properties we enter into the voluptuous and enigmatic “Regulus.” This composition is largely impregnated by continuous eerie sound forms. The following compositions still manage to create a consensus between harmonious, linear sound textures, “scientific” electro like figures and transformative timbral process. “Pleiades” closes the musical journey with agitated minimalist piano sequences covered by alien like sounds and drone vibes. Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes is an astonishingly profound, sonorous and evocative collection of slowly evolving meditative electronics.

To sum up things Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes is an absolutely brilliant, deeply cerebral and moving effort that will ravish fans of electro-acoustic researches, kosmische synthesized minimalism (70’s Berliners) and absorbing dark ambient realms. The originality of this album remains in the considerable dialogue between programming, synthesized techno-ish sounds and psycho-acoustic intensity. Perfectly representative album of space ambient dub music with a subtle interest for avant-garde experiments.

Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes is available on Record Label Records. Buy the vinyl version here and digital at all fine online shops.

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