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Album Review

Ted Killian's Flux Aeterna begins with a eerily apocalyptic electric guitar solo that in places seems to quote parts of Jimi Hendrix' by now world-famous rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" from 1969's Woodstock Music Festival. With the first track as a point of departure, Killian moves through a series of compositions where the guitar plays the main role, while surrounded by a variety of synthesized harmonic tapestries. For the most part, though, the guitar is the primary melodic instrument on Flux Aeterna, and really shows Killian experimenting with it in a lot of new ways. In places, this recording sounds like the work of Robert Fripp and King Crimson, and in other places there's strangely experimental work going on that's reminiscent of Brian Eno, and even some of John Cage's work. However, one thing is certain: Ted Killian has created a fantastic disc that truly creates a new harmonic vocabulary both for the guitar and for the guitar as background and foreground instrument. Guitar players in particular should pay special attention to this recording, but if you're looking for a recording that seems to be slightly — very slightly — tinged with an 1980s synthesizer sound (as well as a very unique guitar sound), then this is certainly a fantastic recording.

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Flux Aeterna

Its so nice to hear more out-of-the-box experimental music. Ted Killian's guitar playing is atmospheric and highly textural.
To me this is Art/Ambient Rock - it reminds me of something intangible that I remember about life. I highly recommend it.

Flux Aeterna, Ted Killian
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