Among the frustratingly inconsistent works on the Geometric Lullaby label there are a few albums worth the listeners time. This is one of them. This has some good dark ambient music and some decent-ish vaporwave.
Given this label and also given the album cover aesthetics, I was expecting some variety of vaporwave. Instead, I found a refreshingly good ambient electronic album, sort of space music but with some unique features. I'm very pleased!
This definitely spans sub-genres, with some pretty standard dark ambient tones in the first tune evolving into soothing space ambient pads in the latter two. The NASA transmissions sometimes take center stage. This is a good release, that rewards repeated listens.
Everything Stellardrone releases is absolutely first rate. His style reminds me of Tangerine Dream, or at least a progression from their work in the 1970's. This songs on this EP are more than pretty synth pads and noises, but composed songs. It's definitely a pleasure for the listener.
Impressive in scope and beyond any clean subgenre distinctions, this 28 song compilation of three albums can be an intimidating listen. The story of earth's encounter with Ldaovh is sketched out in the song titles and narrative, but mostly left to the listener's interpretation. Very well produced and rewards repeat listening. Buy it!
Very solid dark ambient with outstanding synth tones and great production. Percussion comes in here and there and sometimes it's got a strong melody compared to other "ambient." But it is very listenable.