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The Sea Inside

by The Temple of Oscillators

Experimental music, dark ambient.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. The Sea Inside
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"The Sea Inside" (2012)
I thoroughly enjoy to, please forgive me the colloquialism, to rummage around among the benefits of today’s technology such as the Internet. We all know of the good and bad influence that it can have on us, humans. If you ask me, I personally try to discover there some interesting things from the world of music.
Well then, here it is. Some time ago I had the opportunity to share my reflections on the The Temple Of Oscillators opening the gates to the musical paradise.
Namely, TTOO have reappeared again.
When I was listening to the last LP named “Confession Of Faith” it had an experimental ambience. Now I have equipped myself with a, let us say, mini-album entitled “The Sea Inside”. On this CD we find sounds that bring upon us the so deeply needed state of peace. My dear authors, why does it only last 30 minutes? That is way too short. For we, who consider ourselves el-music lovers, want such a piece to last forever. Ah, please excuse me for not considering the use the “repeat” function available in many players. Now all is fine again.
Well, TTOO are definitely on a good bearing.
I think that fans of electronic music will admire this short, yet, in my opinion, very valuable track.
Maybe I cannot claim to be an expert here, but nevertheless I do like it and I do hope that it is but an overture to something hellishly long.



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