Desiderii Marginis - That Which Is Tragic And Timeless
Dark Ambient, Industrial 'That Whish Is Tragic And Timeless' is a record with a lot of space, or maybe it's more like the music got plenty of room? Or it's maybe better to say that the music fills the room in a way. I don't really know. It's an ambient adventure that shows us the darker sides of our inner selves where loneliness and sorrow lurks.

But there is also room for development and strife for lighter parts where the music can take off into some kind of harmonic limbo between music and feelings. I like this record and I have listened to it many evenings after I've come home from work. And I?m pretty sure I will continue listening to it in the future as well. Desiderii Marginis is actually one of my favourite ambient groups and that maybe explains why?

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Desiderii Marginis - That Which Is Tragic And Timeless

'That Whish Is Tragic And Timeless' is a record with a lot of space, or maybe it's more like the music got plenty of room? Or it's maybe better to say that the music fills the room in a way. I don't really know. It's an ambient adventure that shows us the darker sides of our inner selves where loneliness and sorrow lurks.

But there is also room for development and strife for lighter parts where the music can take off into some kind of harmonic limbo between music and feelings. I like this record and I have listened to it many evenings after I've come home from work. And I?m pretty sure I will continue listening to it in the future as well. Desiderii Marginis is actually one of my favourite ambient groups and that maybe explains why?

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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