supported by 17 fans who also own “Movement V—Self-Organizing Emergent Patterns”
After being a bit underwhelmed by LYSFLATH! and God's Pee, my expectations were low going in on this record, which probably really helped my enjoyement! While the other 2 records were also pretty good, I was just let down by the expectations that other people have built especially around the first one. But Luciferian Towers is so powerful and uplifting, really diverse in its rhythms and instrumentation. Also much more melody and a more sensible amount of repetition than on the other 2 records minisculebarber
supported by 16 fans who also own “Movement V—Self-Organizing Emergent Patterns”
This is music for walking into the depths of the woods and forgetting about the world beyond the trees.
Joyful, mysterious, and wistful, these tracks are a perfect soundtrack for a magical adventure. Other suitable times to play this album include: when you need background music for your D&D session; while you're staring out the window on a foggy day; during a lengthy study/work session and need focus music. Could Not Be Worse