Dave Luxton | Dark Moon

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Dark Moon

by Dave Luxton

Spacey Ambient music to space out to
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Space Station Window
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5:28 $0.99
2. Long Delay Echo
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3. Dark Moon
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5:14 $0.99
4. Edge of Night
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5:27 $0.99
5. Waiting for the Soft Rains
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4:59 $0.99
6. One Way Voyage
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7. Cactus Star
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8. Imbrium
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9. Worlds Unknown
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Album Notes
With the release of Dark Moon (48'09") synthesist Dave Luxton has really hit his stride. This vivid Spacemusic study creates a fascinating sonic realm suspended between the Earth, her moon and the cosmos. Each of the subtly brilliant, spacey to the core tracks touch the listener in a heartfelt way. An electronic slow dance of whooshing synthesizers and ethereal choirs, Luxton's sonic collage of nine pieces finds continuity in its lunar theme. Most often we find the music advancing outward in cascading chords and rumbling drones - with Luxton's talent for pacing and sound design on full display. Yet Dark Moon can also morph suddenly into moments of emotional power. As mysterious voices are mixed amidst churning soundscapes, tones collide like charged particles in a slow reveal of this artist's reverence of all things celestial. In the same league as albums by Spacemusic legends Michael Stearns and Jonn Serrie, Dark Moon is bound to feel familiar - which will allow us to savor its individual details all the more. - Chuck van Zyl/STAR'S END


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