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The Solaris Project

by The Solaris Project

Other-worldly landscapes of ambient electric guitar and koto. This music will take you on a sonic voyage of exploration.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Return
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2. Cloudwalk
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3. The Deep Beasts
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4. Following The Voices
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5. Blue
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6. Mystery
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Matt Howarth - Sonic Curiosity

soundscapes drift with crystalline definition
Gentle guitar soundscapes blend with the plucked string resonance of a koto to produce a pacific ambience.

Do not expect conventional guitar here, for the strings have been heavily processed, transforming their issue into extended drones which waft like self-generated breezes across a still ocean. The result is textural and soothing. There are instances in which the instrument achieves a hint of conventional sound with sustains that are barely recognizable as coming from a guitar.

The koto provides sharp augmentation to those atmospherics, with solitary chords and mildly strummed strings establishing a striking contrast. This polarity serves to create an exotic sound as the piercing koto notes punctuate the winding tonalities like sparkles of light going off in a night sky.

Although these compositions are spontaneous, performed live with no overdubbing, the effect is quite lucid and meticulous. The soundscapes drift with crystalline definition, crafting drones into a tapestry of infinite sounds which evoke an expansive vista of minimal substance. The koto injects an Eastern flavor to these sparse constructions, giving the music a unique character. - Sonic Curiosity (www.soniccuriosity.com/sc368.htm)
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Tim Boyd - Ambient Music Blog

...really top-rate ambient music.
"...long, interesting drones with guitar and koto. The tracks were all recorded live, with minimal post-production fussing... The result is some really top-rate ambient music." - Ambient Music Blog (www.ambientmusicblog.com/2007/06/)
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