April 12, 2024

Dragon – Between Here And Nowhere (Album – Adventurous Music)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-Ambient, Cinematic, Soundscape.

Format: Digital.

Background/Info: London based Peter Adjobia is active under the Dragon moniker and also released stuff together with Paul Jetten as Dragon & Jettenbach. This work features six cuts which have been released by Adventurous Music.

Content: The work is the perfect symbiosis between different but related music styles like Dark-Ambient, Cinematic, Soundscape and Experimental music. Dark, linear, soundwaves mixed with different kinds of noises create a visual appeal to the listener.

+ + + : The work is slowly moving until its highlight at the fourth track “IO”. This piece features low sound treatments but especially the heavy, blasting, sounds are getting you in a state of emergency. This track in particular but still the entire work has a strong visual appeal. I prefer the second part of the work revealing the most poignant passages.

– – – : The debut part is a bit monotonous; the tracks missing a little bit of variation.

Conclusion: “Dragon” is an easy listening piece of music which is missing a few peaks to speak about a true success.

Best songs: “IO”, “Mutual exclusion Object”.

Rate: 6.

Artist: www.facebook.com/peter.adj

Label: www.adventurousmusic.com / www.facebook.com/adventurousmusic

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