Chronotope Project: Ovum (Spotted Peccary, 2017)

August 27, 2017 at 5:51 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Chronotope Project: Ovum

When this first showed up in the mail, somehow I didn’t even realize at first that I already have the album this group released last year. I listened to this a few times while going to sleep and it didn’t make much of an impression at first, it just sounded like pretty standard new age, with flutes and percussion and stuff. It really grew on me, though. It’s super comforting, but not entirely fluffy and light, it gets a bit darker and deeper at times. It’s typically slow, sliding, and fluid, and is equally in tune with nature as well as space. It utilizes a synth called the Haken Continuum Fingerboard, which looks pretty crazy. I’m into it.

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