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Elements in Motion

by Ran Kirlian

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danilunaria Sometimes dark ambient is warm as an old black & white photograph of a hidden, forgotten landscape. This is a great recording of detailed drones and atmospheres that capture every shade of gray.
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Brian Bourassa This is primarily a drone work that is quite dark in nature. Within this frame unfolds a myriad of processed field effects that haunt you. There is no room for seep here as the various elements of "darkness" make themselves known in no predictable manner.

Lush ans melodic phrases are void here as the darkness is all too captivating, all encompassing. The only exception may be the track Cortical Landscapes. This is the only place where darkness seems to take a breath. Favorite track: Static Motion.
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After 3 years of exploring new paths in the dark-ambient side of my music, this album collects tracks that I prepared slowly and deeply. This album is focussed on drone and dark ambient music with most of the source material comming from field recordings, voices and extremely treated sounds. Synthesizers have here a minimal presence.

First released at artist website as free download in 2004-2005; remastered version released at ad21music during 2010-2011 and at Altera Orbe in 2012.

Total time: 77:58


released February 2, 2004

Sound sources include synths & samples, field recordings & voices

All tracks composed, performed, arranged and produced by Ran Kirlian at The Blue_Room 2003-2004


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Ran Kirlian Castellón De La Plana, Spain

Ran Kirlian began exploring his own musical pathways in the mid-nineties and released his first album Shore of Darkness in 2000. Since then nearly thirty albums have followed. His music, mostly focused on tribal and dark ambient genres, offers a personal and intense approach to textural landscaping and atmospheres inspiring ritualistic environments and desolate spaces. ... more

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