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Anomalous Disturbances "The Spirit Molecule"
Emotional ambience, stirring, flawless.

"On his debut album Terry uses the sedating, hypnotizing effects of repetition and loops while using electronic devices. His deep breathing soundscapes created through electronically modified looping guitar might make you think of Jeff Pearce, but here some different angles are taken. The middle of the album is a rather dark passage through clouded atmospheres with some slightly eerie moments here and there, before the composer heads for Passport to Magonia, divided in 2 parts. Here the ambience is more inviting with great shifting layers of sound as you drift away towards the end of the album, which holds another 2 great tracks. Blue Lotus and the closing titletrack are almost Sylvian-like but also made my mind turn back to the phenomenal introspective impact of the tracks found on the B-side of Ashra’s classic album Belle Alliance. This record is one to cherish with your eyes closed, as it makes your mind wander to darker and lighter shades of our imagination. Recommended!"

Bert Strolenberg - KLEM-issue

"Even before listening, the little garden-elves on the cover and the whimsical titles track titles point toward something even more unusual-than-usual... Two-minute opener New World Odor hovers in shimmering synth layers which seep into the more-corroded atmospheres of K.I.; stuttering and hovering with buried spoken samples, the synth-dominated track takes a weird, spacey voyage into some dark subworld. After the liltingly easternish femme-vocal chants and drones of Blue Honey, it's off to Disneyland of the Gods (12:09) where wavering lows seem to encircle your ears as if a gigantic bee is hovering; other sheens of unknown radiation slip through these eclectic areas, just ruffling around in big,gray cloudboiling gusts accented by distant twinkles. Everybody's Talkin' (0:04) but apparently not saying much in the snippet of apparent silence which precedes the shifty shimmers of Fungus Among Us, where belltone sparkles peep out from a fluttery dronestrata. Very soft and shapeless, Passport to Magonia (parts 1 and 2) just swelters in lush, billowing radiance. The Spirit Molecule concludes the proceedings with gleamy glimmers of synthstring orchestration..."

David J. Opdyke - The Ambientrance

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