36 and Zake   Stasis Sounds For Long​-​Distance...
Release Date: 2020

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3.5 greatBedex | February 23rd 20

Thanks garas for the rec! This is an album to be listened in the background. On dedicated listen, it would feel way too long and too samey. I don't think it would hold its own. But if you are looking for a continuous wall of lovely, lush, Stars of the Lid-esque ambient continuously well executed, there you have it. My favourite part was the first act, 1-3, but that's probably just because my attention went away a bit after that. I had to skip most of the last act because my battery died, but I feel like this is the kind of album where it does not really matter as there are no surprises to be expected. A genre consistently well executed, but without any extra edge to tip it into the top tier arena - this is the perfect definition of a 3.5


4.0 excellentGrumpy | February 20th 20

Very-very good drone album with a minimalistic approach. As the title indicates, this is a concept album about space travel, and the album fits to the expectations. Ethereal pads, pretty phasing noises - ready for space travel!


3.0 goodRuneii | January 3rd 21
4.5 superbTheMonster | December 28th 20
4.5 superbEasterInTheBatcave | December 1st 20
3.5 greattellah | December 1st 20
3.5 greatSelectedGrimness | November 15th 20
3.5 greatvaleriepaquet | September 19th 20
3.0 goodsiddhartha | August 3rd 20
2.5 averagelordworm00 | August 3rd 20
4.0 excellentExitOnly | June 30th 20
5.0 classicmatzo | May 17th 20
3.5 greatEmperorRyker | May 12th 20
4.5 superbzakalwe | April 26th 20
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4.5 superbJS19 | April 13th 20
3.5 greatFrank - the rater of 3.5 | February 2nd 20

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