Monolith - Falling Dreams (CD)
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Original industrialist Eric van Wonterghem celebrates the 10th album under his Monolith moniker, and “Falling Dreams” caters a wide range of preferences. Since its inception in the mid-90s, Monolith has gathered an avid crossover following of rhythm noise devotees and progressive techno heads alike, especially since his more recent involvement with the burgeoning scene of Berlin. On this offering, he (of course) provides rhythmic bangers to either tastes, but also makes best use of the album format in creating an intriguing, anxious mood through atmospheric tracks and cinematic interludes. A good hour of prime quality electronic music that speaks to body and mind!
The average human will dream about falling to his death more than five times in
their life, as a result of a perceived loss of control. Thus, the occurrence can be
directly linked to a need for change.Change is surely something that Eric van
Wonterghem has been pushing since getting involved with music some 35 years
ago. Scores of musicians have been following suit with the sound he has created
or helped create, and “Falling Dreams” has Monolith up in dare-devil position
once again: Soundtrackish digression (“Soul Travel, “Outer Space”) is the framework for resonating techno bangers like “Driving Blind” or “Sleeping Sun”, a slight
dose of EBM may be tasted in “Too Late” and of course there are moments geared at industrial tastes, like the raw and rough title track. But hey, that’s not all –
Monolith also has some moody, almost hallucinatory downbeat tracks
(“Suppression of Pain”, “Far Away”) that weave the red thread of this album,
which is as listenable as it is palpable.
Suppression of Pain
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2750 Degrees Fahrenheit
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