Friday, August 21, 2015
And here it is - the second part of Dr. NoiseM's new, twentysix album spanning series "The CDr A-B-C". And, compared to the recently view first part we see "B" exploring more spine-tingling, horrific and score'esque like territories, catering haunting atmospheres, ghostly voices and slightly distorted respiratory sounds which meet musical outings somewhat in between horror scores like "Nightmare On Elmstreet 2", the darkness of Tangerine Dreams "Sorcerer" as well as vibes both influenced by the super-psychedelic side of Pink Floyd as well as Klaus Schulze's countless Ambient / Experimental outings on the former Brain label. If you're a fan of endless guitar feedbacks, slowly morphing sonic sculptures and uberly toxic, abandoned alien swamps inhabited by a variety of dark-minded, mutant entities this is an album to check out for sure. Also recommended for lonely, bitterly cold winter nights.