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Dissolving into Solitary Landscapes

by Dronny Darko & G M Slater

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SomaFM.com listener Track 7, water drip noises are completely splitting between left and right.

All tracks effects to the imagination, something going to the dark, voices and footprints remaining, awesome mix down. Favorite track: Last Nostalgic Memories Before Death.
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buy art not drugs the last 2 minutes of this track is so pure Favorite track: The Infinity Bell part 2.
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Dave Aftandilian Manages to be both relaxing and disturbing at the same time, as well as deeply immersive. I get a strong sense of dislocation; of floating unmoored in vast, darkened caverns, trying desperately to return to an Earth that no longer exists. Brilliant cautionary climate fable, too.
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obsidian-oracle Using dark ambient music for inspiration. Stone sculpting and glass carving.
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Rationalmind I do not love this album. Infact, I hate it and hate myself for buying it. It is a miserable failure and a last attempt to find something inspiring in the work of Dronny Darko. Instead, it is a short, bleak and utterly forgetable, a waste of everything indeed.
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Dronny Darko & G M Slater joins forces on this collaborative album that explores underground soundscapes

"The global climate repair project of 2036 was a success in that it united warring countries, ended droughts, and cooled the planet. Unfortunately our celebrations and achievements were short-lived, as we discovered the increasing toxicity in the perpetual rains it caused. Within two years we were all forced underground to escape certain extinction. My beautiful world was gone, and replaced with complete artificiality, the incessant roaring of air filtration systems, and daily fights for sustenance. For the young children growing up in this new environment this has all become normal, but for those like me who remember what used to be, life is no longer tolerable. I have tried to adjust for five years now, but I hear the ringing of the infinity bell more loudly each day, beckoning me back to the surface. I know that the journey will result in a slow withering death, but I am ready. It is now my time to rejoin what is left of the nature I so loved, and dissolve into the solitary landscape. Remember me.

-Martin Ratliff, 2043"

Recommended for fans of minimalist drone, rainy field recordings and soothing dark atmospheres


released July 5, 2022

Written, Produced, Performed - Oleg Puzan & G M Slater
Artwork & Mastering - Simon Heath


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Cryo Chamber Oregon

Cryo Chamber is a record label with a collaborative focus run by Simon Heath (Atrium Carceri) focusing on high quality dark ambient with a cinematic edge.

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