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"Seldom do two ambient music masters get together and not produce great results, a paradigm that holds true with emphasis on From Worlds Unseen A Light Yet Streams A Sound Replete, the highly recommended collaboration between Zero Ohms (Richard Roberts) and Markus Reuter. Comprised of five long tracks, the music lands somewhere on the spectrum between sparse yet melodic drone-based soundscapes and warm, ethereal spacemusic, reaping the best of those two subgenres in creating a hybrid that embraces both of their aesthetics. Deep bass drones flow underneath flowing melodic textures, sometimes intermixed with subtly majestic chorals. This is supreme "drift away" stuff. Bathe in the cosmic glow from this album and immerse yourself in its comforting sonic embrace. It's a truly distinctive ambient release from two artists who are in full control of their artistic vision." Bill Binkelman, Wind and Wire
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This is an excellent album from Markus Reuter, accompanied by Fabio Trentini on Fretless Bass and Asaf Sirkis on acoustic drums recorded live in the studio. The interplay among these musicians is amazing throughout and, for me, this is true "progressive" music, as it charts new territory and leaves behind well-trodden cliches. It's challenging music that rewards a mindful listen. Put it on and listen through the whole album without modern social media distractions and you will see what I mean. Jerry F