(2062)

A one-hour track entirely composed on a Voyetra synthesizer, “Water music” is a perfect antidote to the saccharin-drenched ambient cakes released nowadays by hundreds of self-producing wannabes. It’s a never-too-present low humming lullaby, caressing the brain and the ears and slowly developing from silence. Comparisons could be made with some of Eno’s best old releases, but please be advised this is not “Music for films 2002″ – instead, Basinski gets right to the point with a simple idea, a small plant that needs to be growing in the semi-obscurity of your deep feelings. What a nice sensation.

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