Quasi-Stationary

on CerebralAudio 2016 / CAEL0002
10/13/2016 Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
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My first introduction to the work of Ambelion was in 2014 when I found a remastered copy of his 2008 release Waiting for Quarters. I was taken by his ability to mix Ambient, IDM, Berlin School and a host of other electronic music styles. Now with Quasi-Stationary Ambelion has brought his distinctive approach to electronic music to CerebralAudio. This release sees Ambelion's more IDM approach to electronic music: lots of beats and breaks, with hints of swirling ambiance at times, and other times more mechanical counterpoint. This is really a return to the style of the 90's, but with a modern touch that only Ambelion could envisage.
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