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Customer Reviews

sweet

i like the sweet swooping mutes, and the minimal tsh backing beats. its calming and euphoric, but from a different time and place...an electronical zing of the music world. Deeply pleasant album =)

The best Electronica album I've heard in years...

I just happened upon this album because I liked the name. I downloaded a couple of songs, got totally hooked and bought the whole lot soon after. Every song is totally different and contains more ideas than most acts have in a whole album. Sonically it is amazing (everything kind of "swirls" together if you know what I mean), and the patterns are always intricate and interesting. Just about perfect.

Unveiling veils

Veils is a remarkable album by a little known group. It is instrumental music which rather than being short as this type often is, the tracks on Veils are quite long. This type of music is somewhat of an acquired taste and it does take several listens to see the beauty of what is on offer here. The music is complex and some of its originality is derived from the interaction of themes. My favourites on this album are Peace under a landslide/Airports/Lebanon and off, the song Airports is on another album by The Makos by the same author. This music was not created in a recording studio so the quality while still good does not have the polish that well established artists enjoy. These instrumental songs would be ideal for a film score. The tracks have a quality that even after several listens you are still exploring the songs. I find them difficult to remember not because they are poor quality but because of their subtlety and intricacy. These are not `Top 40’ instantly accessible songs but cater more for the purist in an alternative rock format.

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