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Copy, Paste, Repeat.

I've heard some one-dimensional psy-trance in my time, but this stuff takes the cake! Here's a friendly piece of advice for anyone who has not yet heard of Sundial Aeon and is seriously contemplating expanding their electronic music collection: listen to the 30-second previews here on iTunes, and rest assured that you will have heard everything this album has to offer. Seriously, what a disappointment. In the previews, these tracks sound thick and multilayered, drenched with tantalizing beats and bright, crisp synth accents that promise that rare blend of trippy melody and hypnotic ambient undercurrent that makes for really good psy-trance. What you get instead are (at best) three barely distinct compositions turned cleverly into 11 tracks so repetitive and monotonously similar it's nearly impossible to tell them apart. Doubtless, Sundial Aeon would claim this album is a collection of compositions on a "motif" -or some other such pretentious nonsense, but they should call it what it really is: a collection of remixes. To add insult to injury, I also purchased "Azure Aquarings" from their album, "Metabasis". Played back to back with "Apotheosis", one learns almost immediately that "Azure" is the same track as "Iced" and "Hybridisy". The same duplication of effort can be found on "Together" and "Dark Breaker". Same key, same tempo, same rhythm signature, same gimmicks, same instrumentation. Pick one song, you've literally heard SA's entire range. It may be a pitfall of the electronic genre that the ability to clone projects in Acid (or whatever they write this stuff in) leads to formulaic repetition, but it's an easy trap to avoid if you aren't just "phoning it in".


I'm just getting my feet wet in the world of techno / electronica music and stumbled upon Sundial Aeon - and was pleasantly surprised. Some electronica music is a little esoteric and strange, but not Sundial Aeon. It's a good "beginner's" introduction to eclectronica. The songs I downloaded have consistent beats and dazzling keyboards sprinkled throughout (as I imagine the entire album does). I downloaded both "Mysanthya" and "Pleasure Impact" - I enjoy both and may come back for more. They should make for some good workout music.

ambient music at its best

truly inspired, a great addition to any collection of ambient music.

Apotheosis, Sundial Aeon
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