Demo Ambient, Experimental L.E.T.O There are many strange things in this world; like cottage cheese. It's tasty but what is it? Same thing with L.E.T.O. It's really good. But let's take it from the beginning. L.E.T.O. is a one man project. Radoslaw Aleksanderek is the name of the artist. He says that L.E.T.O. is an attempt to mix modern electronic music with more traditional instruments like violins and sitar. The music is strongly influenced from soft electronica/ambient with a touch of industrial sounds. It's really nice to listen to. Those who listen to experimental jazz maybe know of Supersilent (N). L.E.T.O. sounds a bit like Supersilents more crazy songs. L.E.T.O. is definitely something I would like to hear more from. If you think this sounds interesting, check out L.E.T.O.s homepage for sounds and some more info. I simply rate L.E.T.O. 10 of 10 possible. This demo review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 550
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L.E.T.O - Demo

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"Legendary"
Demo released 2003
There are many strange things in this world; like cottage cheese. It's tasty but what is it? Same thing with L.E.T.O. It's really good. But let's take it from the beginning. L.E.T.O. is a one man project. Radoslaw Aleksanderek is the name of the artist. He says that L.E.T.O. is an attempt to mix modern electronic music with more traditional instruments like violins and sitar.

The music is strongly influenced from soft electronica/ambient with a touch of industrial sounds. It's really nice to listen to. Those who listen to experimental jazz maybe know of Supersilent (N). L.E.T.O. sounds a bit like Supersilents more crazy songs.

L.E.T.O. is definitely something I would like to hear more from. If you think this sounds interesting, check out L.E.T.O.s homepage for sounds and some more info.

I simply rate L.E.T.O. 10 of 10 possible.

This demo review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

Demo

Demo release from the artist. A brief tape or recording illustrating the abilities of the artist.

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