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Stalker, by Robert Rich and B. Lustmord, is one of the darkest e-music CDs ever. The title refers to a film by Andre Tarkovsky, not, as many folks believe, to a stalker. It is "a guide to possible interpretations of ambivalent reality" where nothing is as it seems. Its purpose is to "illuminate...and decode this landscape of fractured density." That is pretty heady stuff. And, while this is a very dark CD, it is also intelligent and structured. Rich has a knack for making his sound designs sound like they are free-form. Lustmord is known for his dark ambience. Together, they have created a challenging CD. It is one of the best of the genre. Only Jeff Pearce, Alio Die, Mathias Grassow, and James Johnson are at this level.


Born: Wales

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

While his days are spent working on sound design for Hollywood scores by Graeme Revell, sound designer Brian Williams records experimental ambience and dark space music as Lustmord. His recordings have been embraced by a variety of ambient fans, ranging from the '70s traditionalists at the Hearts of Space label to the ambient-techno experimentalists at Plug Research. Born and raised in Wales, Williams first performed as Lustmord in 1980 as a series of unannounced "support slots" at larger gigs, with...
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