Marchoff & Droin - Source Of Vectors
Dark Ambient Electronic Music allows us experiments with an infinity of sounds and effects, depending on how we use these possibilities of creativity, we can evokes different feelings and emotions. In this review I'm going to write about the dark ambient genre, but before we start, I have to be honest to you readers, the album that I'm going to present for you now is a really dark album, are you ready for a lot of darkness? Are you ready? Yes! Of course you are, you are good readers and you are able to bear everything and discover new experiences in the wide universe of music, and exploring new ways of the scene.

Two guys joined to create the soundtracks of your nightmares, Marchoff and Droin poured the deepest feelings to create agnostic musical sensations. The 'Source of Vectors' is an album with six tracks that you must to be encouraged to hear each one. Come one! Listen to it, and discover what might be the melodies of your deepest fears.

This album was made without sparing effects and fine arrangements giving abstracts and strident textures track by track. Also it's impossible to be bored while listening to it, even though it's down tempo, because each track have different ambience that when you will hear it, completely draw you in to a black atmosphere and it is difficult to get out. With this six tracks with a laborious work of synthesizer sound, 'Source of Vectors' by Marek Xavier (Marchoff) and Tomasz Kretowski (Droin) deserves to be listened to for anybody who likes experience interesting human expressions from the shadows of the soul. When music evokes a thing like that, we could all agree that this is a good and gloomy album.
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Marchoff & Droin - Source Of Vectors

5.5
"Mediocre"
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Electroracle
Released 2013 by Zoharum Records
Electronic Music allows us experiments with an infinity of sounds and effects, depending on how we use these possibilities of creativity, we can evokes different feelings and emotions. In this review I'm going to write about the dark ambient genre, but before we start, I have to be honest to you readers, the album that I'm going to present for you now is a really dark album, are you ready for a lot of darkness? Are you ready? Yes! Of course you are, you are good readers and you are able to bear everything and discover new experiences in the wide universe of music, and exploring new ways of the scene.

Two guys joined to create the soundtracks of your nightmares, Marchoff and Droin poured the deepest feelings to create agnostic musical sensations. The 'Source of Vectors' is an album with six tracks that you must to be encouraged to hear each one. Come one! Listen to it, and discover what might be the melodies of your deepest fears.

This album was made without sparing effects and fine arrangements giving abstracts and strident textures track by track. Also it's impossible to be bored while listening to it, even though it's down tempo, because each track have different ambience that when you will hear it, completely draw you in to a black atmosphere and it is difficult to get out. With this six tracks with a laborious work of synthesizer sound, 'Source of Vectors' by Marek Xavier (Marchoff) and Tomasz Kretowski (Droin) deserves to be listened to for anybody who likes experience interesting human expressions from the shadows of the soul. When music evokes a thing like that, we could all agree that this is a good and gloomy album. Dec 12 2013

Guillermo Coronel

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