Tho-So-Aa - Identify
Dark Ambient Do you feel lonely? Do you feel cold inside? Does it seem that there is nothing that can warm you up? Would you like to take a step outside the window of 20 or 30 floor building? It would make any difference, because the life is nothing more than a long and heavy journey towards death. So, if you come to an exact conclusion about your condition, take the soundtrack that will be a really good escort for you in your darkest thoughts.

The album of German based comrade Lutz Rach, more known under the name Tho-So-Aa , comes in time to guide you into the world of oblivion . It took him long seven years to prepare this deadly mixture, but the expectation was worth the waiting. In times when dark ambient music is not the matter of hard work or deep personal experience, but the matter of gluing together some random cut parts from the masters of the genre, a good breathe of creativity brings the ray of hope to the entire scene.

Fill the gloomy room with the sound of ?Identify? and dip into the cold waters of desperation. The complex structures are underlined by the able pen of classical instruments and industrial sounds. The sick and intense layers express all the hatred towards the common facts that are so distinctive in the modern world all around. You can find everything that you seek in order to put a strong black point to the story of your life. A soft melancholy and nostalgia to remind the long gone beloved. A pierce of regret about an unforgiving and a cynical embrace of a last twilight of your miserable soul. But hiss, no more words, make you move towards unavoidability, feel the wind into your face before you meet the paving stone, while what plays in your headphones is 'Identify'

The album is available through the legendary Tesco Organization.
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Brutal Resonance

Tho-So-Aa - Identify

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Tesco Organisation
Do you feel lonely? Do you feel cold inside? Does it seem that there is nothing that can warm you up? Would you like to take a step outside the window of 20 or 30 floor building? It would make any difference, because the life is nothing more than a long and heavy journey towards death. So, if you come to an exact conclusion about your condition, take the soundtrack that will be a really good escort for you in your darkest thoughts.

The album of German based comrade Lutz Rach, more known under the name Tho-So-Aa , comes in time to guide you into the world of oblivion . It took him long seven years to prepare this deadly mixture, but the expectation was worth the waiting. In times when dark ambient music is not the matter of hard work or deep personal experience, but the matter of gluing together some random cut parts from the masters of the genre, a good breathe of creativity brings the ray of hope to the entire scene.

Fill the gloomy room with the sound of ?Identify? and dip into the cold waters of desperation. The complex structures are underlined by the able pen of classical instruments and industrial sounds. The sick and intense layers express all the hatred towards the common facts that are so distinctive in the modern world all around. You can find everything that you seek in order to put a strong black point to the story of your life. A soft melancholy and nostalgia to remind the long gone beloved. A pierce of regret about an unforgiving and a cynical embrace of a last twilight of your miserable soul. But hiss, no more words, make you move towards unavoidability, feel the wind into your face before you meet the paving stone, while what plays in your headphones is 'Identify'

The album is available through the legendary Tesco Organization.
Aug 15 2011

Andrew Dienes

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