Album: "La Luna" (2000)
Label: Tone Casualties
Style: Dark ambient/experimental
Songs: 1


Reviewed by: Darklight

The music contained on this CD is an electronic night ceremony recorded live at Holger's Lab in Cologne on May 17, 1996. The music is not set up in separate tracks. It's one long playing experience that lasts for forty seven minutes. It's slow, dark, cold, dreary and haunting with various sounds that come and go. It's basically atmosphere music that would be played in the background. It's not really something that you would probably pay close attention to while listening. It would fit well with something visual such as an art play. It would even work well in a horror film or video game. Overall, it's rather repetitive and redundant and doesn't change much during it's playing course. So I personally found it to get somewhat boring rather quickly. But it's well produced for what it is, with a nice orchestrated edge and interesting and creative elements. If you enjoy dark ambient/experimental music with a cold and eerie side to it, you will most likely enjoy this disc.