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With Sinfonietta, Marsen Jules created a musical piece with a real propensity to lift us in the clear strata of the high atmosphere.
During the night, we can see the stars slowly glistening in the skies, while we slowly drift on the sound cushions made of the processed orchestral strings we can hear.
Separated layer by layer, stretched and superimposed again to finally unfold, the altered instruments are spreading through the track to free us from the classic flow of time.
An uplifting work. Dotflac
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This truly beautiful album feels like a hidden gem of texture, tones and of course, patience. Upon the first listen I instantly fell in love with it and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys untethered music that flows with its own current. anotherlowresident
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In a time of momentary spleen and fatalism, Cavade Morlem emerged as the perfect anxiolytic I needed.
Surprisingly, the interludes and narrative parts inverted their typical actors, giving the short tracks the task of building the aquatic features I figure, like sirens in Chort or the oceanic vastness in Lighul, while we slowly infuse our souls into longer pieces reflecting peace and oblivion.
Objectively not the best album by Alex Smalley, but still the right one at the right moment.