Some Lights Behind the Window Ambient, Minimal No Empty Room Each day we get up and do our regular stuff, eating, drinking and going to work. We think that we are well-protected, that our calmness and everyday life - is something immutable. More than that, we are sure that our inner world is stable and inaccessible for outsiders intrusion. But this self deceit doesn't last for long, as it has been proven quite a few times in the past. There are some bastards wandering among us whose psyche and way of thinking turn them to be very dangerous for the surrounding world. They seem to be common people at first glance, but capable of tearing everything that crosses their way into pieces. Serial killers and mass murderers, they are everywhere. Turn around and look into the eyes of your follower. Maybe behind the shell you will see your own death. Isolationism - one of the sub-styles of the ambient scene, which tries to reflect the special feelings through the atmosphere of music. Feelings that spring up in tight and shut places, like dark and narrow rooms, prison cells or empty tanks. This project goes under the name No Empty Room and their CD was published by the small German label Polymorph, they belong to this exact genre. 'Some Lights Behind the Window' is the album that immerses me into the river of desperation and unavoidable death. The sonic layered melodies are seasoned with lots of sampled conversations, poured into the gamma of electronic beats and percussion. Quite dense structures are built up by solid textures and patterns, that turn to be one good soundtrack while reading books of Stephen King or simply watching a news channel. Feel the iron taste of panic and gloss in the eyes of a madman. 450
Brutal Resonance

No Empty Room - Some Lights Behind the Window

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2002 by Polymorph Records
Each day we get up and do our regular stuff, eating, drinking and going to work. We think that we are well-protected, that our calmness and everyday life - is something immutable. More than that, we are sure that our inner world is stable and inaccessible for outsiders intrusion. But this self deceit doesn't last for long, as it has been proven quite a few times in the past. There are some bastards wandering among us whose psyche and way of thinking turn them to be very dangerous for the surrounding world. They seem to be common people at first glance, but capable of tearing everything that crosses their way into pieces. Serial killers and mass murderers, they are everywhere. Turn around and look into the eyes of your follower. Maybe behind the shell you will see your own death.

Isolationism - one of the sub-styles of the ambient scene, which tries to reflect the special feelings through the atmosphere of music. Feelings that spring up in tight and shut places, like dark and narrow rooms, prison cells or empty tanks. This project goes under the name No Empty Room and their CD was published by the small German label Polymorph, they belong to this exact genre. 'Some Lights Behind the Window' is the album that immerses me into the river of desperation and unavoidable death. The sonic layered melodies are seasoned with lots of sampled conversations, poured into the gamma of electronic beats and percussion. Quite dense structures are built up by solid textures and patterns, that turn to be one good soundtrack while reading books of Stephen King or simply watching a news channel. Feel the iron taste of panic and gloss in the eyes of a madman.
Jul 29 2011

Andrew Dienes

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