How To Cure Our Soul: Saigon (Audiobulb, 2015)

April 5, 2015 at 10:46 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

How To Cure Our Soul: Saigon

How To Cure Our Soul: Saigon

Life has been stressing me out a bit lately, so it’s important to have plenty of warm, soothing drone music on hand to calm me down. This album is entirely hitting the spot right now. Both tracks are over 25 minutes long, and the first one, “Aurea”, basically sounds like staring at the most gorgeous landscape you’ve ever seen, in perfectly warm, comfortable weather, and doing absolutely nothing else. It’s perfect. “Opium” is darker, so maybe it’s more like the same scene at night, but it’s still not cold or unpleasant, so it’s more like enjoying a moonscape. But man, “Aurea”. Another recent hitting-the-spot ambient album is GREYGHOST’s Meditations On Mindfulness, a free Bandcamp download on the always-excellent Constellation Tatsu.

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