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    • AKheon avatar
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      Nangilima is the fifth D&LS album. It's a bit hard to explain what this album is all about, but a lot of it has to do with childlike impressions of nature, imagination, and possibly memories. I also interpret a part of it as being about powerlessness and being at the mercy of a completely overwhelming external world. It's very dreamy and tense music, again noticeably darker than what you'd expect on the basis of, say, the album cover alone. The music feels generally melodic, and as far as ambient goes, it is quite substantial with strong build-ups, cinematic variety and classical piano sections. Expertly produced, the album has a clear open soundworld. Overall, it's probably the most sonically and compositionally advanced D&LS release at this point of their discography, though the themes and overall sound may be an acquired taste.

    • daisylis artiste avatar

      Je rejoins le commentaire de Balthaz, et ceux qui connaissent déjà Doc et Lena ne seront pas surpris de la qualité de cet album. Prenez le temps de déguster cette promenade dans les brumes du passé, de l'enfance et son imaginaire ou son vécu... BRAVO et MERCI

    • orangeupurple avatar

      Thanks 'balthaz' for recommending this album. It is so beautiful, fairytale like with sounds that rushed you right off the ground and along the story lines, evoking strong emotions of wonder and awe. The music, in all aspects, and other sounds including vocals, were slow and dreamlike and although often dark in nature were conducted in such a way that fear was only temporal. This album's utter beauty is the type that induces creativity in the brain that listens. I thought the quality of the sound was exceptionally good. The piano and other instruments were outstanding and beyond reproach.

    • balthaz avatar

      Une sorte de lente méditation sur le monde imaginaire de l'enfance, marquée par un fantastique légèrement inquiétant plus proche du style d'Hoffmann ou d'Andersen que de l'humour absurde d'un Lewis Carroll. J'ai pensé à la "Reine des Neiges", ou à "l'homme au sable", que je lisais lorsque j'avais une douzaine d'années. cette déambulation émerveillée et circonspecte au sein d'un univers fantasmé recèle des surprises indicibles que la musique (catalyseur ô combien idéal lorsque la puissance d'évocation est à ce point présente) fait éclore au gré de ses variations. Parions que chaque écoute apportera son lot de visions fabuleuses. Les atmosphères sont superbes et la fusion entre le piano de Lena Selyanina et les claviers de Doc n'a jamais été aussi parfaite.

    • NUBEDEPOLVO avatar

      Què màs se puede decir sobre la mùsica de Doc y Lena? Solamente encuentro una palabra: "POESÌA"... Mùsica de profundas y luminosas sonoridades. Gracias por compartir el hermoso viaje. Jorgestrada.