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Translator and teacher by profession / songwriter, storyteller and music fan by passion. I'm also a reviewer and collaborator on MMA -
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  1. I Reached For The Light That Drowned In Your Mouth
    by Cloak Of Altering
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    Our Children Are In Sync With The New Gods Our Children Are In Sync With The New Gods
    by Xiu Xiu
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    The Call The Call
  3. Opportunistic Thieves Of Spring
    by A Forest Of Stars
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    Sorrow's Impetus Sorrow's Impetus
    Opportunistic Thieves of Spring is definitely a grower. Its doom-esque, evolutionary structure and psychedelic atmosphere of ritualistic witchcraft make it difficult to digest at first listen. Once I made the effort, though, I started to perceive the album as nothing less than a masterpiece.
  4. Dwellings
    by Cormorant
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    Unearthly Dreamings Unearthly Dreamings
    Cormorants usually spend the whole day on eating fish and wreaking havoc on trees with their caustic excrement. Cormorant (the band) proves that you should never judge a band by its name. Their second album is so unrestrained yet so consistent, so focused yet so spontaneous... impossible was made possible and, believe it or not, it's released for free.
  5. Plastic House on Base of Sky
    by Kayo Dot
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    All The Pain in All the Wide World All The Pain in All the Wide World
    Strongly inspired by Susumu Hirasawa and by the 80s icons, with the most prominent being David Bowie, Brian Ferry, Vangelis and the whole era of progressive rock and electronica, Toby does what he does best - dislocates all elements from their hinges, makes them his own - they are doors to his plastic house.
  6. Coffins On Io
    by Kayo Dot
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    Library Subterranean Library Subterranean
    Coffins on Io drives a Mustang '67 convertible along a desolate highway with southern lights in the night sky above and a dead body in the back seat.
  7. Hubardo
    by Kayo Dot
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    The Wait of the World The Wait of the World
    Hubardo, seventh album by the avant-chamber-rock/experimental metal band Kayo Dot, is the ultimate evidence that music is boundless. It's one of those rare pieces of art that are so unique and passion driven, that any attempt to analyze and deconstruct them backfires on the reviewer.
  8. Choirs Of The Eye
    by Kayo Dot
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    Wayfarer Wayfarer
    Choirs of the Eye's the first album from Kayo Dot but by no means should it be considered a debut. Toby Driver and his crew were already seasoned musicians back than in 2003, having released three maudlin of the Well albums and some other stuff on the side. Now, this album can't be perceived as metal, or even experimental rock for the very structure of it follows modern classical/chamber music standards.
  9. Róka Hasa Rádió
    by Thy Catafalque
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    Köd Utánam Köd Utánam
  10. Plague Beasts
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    White Inverted Void White Inverted Void
    Plague Beasts is another step in CoA's exploration of the unique blend of avant-garde black metal and electronica known from previous releases. While it's easier to mark out individual sound elements this time round, it still is a strangely consistent, yet in parts flawed, record. Recommendable to metal and electronica fans with a weakness for a full-on approach, Cloak Altering latest album is another quality release from the enfant terrible of experimental underground.
  11. Ancient Paths Through Timeless Voids (2012)
    by Cloak Of Altering
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    A Plague Has Travelled With Us A Plague Has Travelled With Us
    While the debut was a poetic depiction of cosmic apocalypse, "Ancient Paths Through Timeless Voids" sounds like a frantic soundtrack to its aftermath. Everything from clever electronica and overpowering black metal tremolos to rasping shrieks is here on purpose and contributes to the music's unique character.