June 7, 2024

Glós – Filling The Scars With Light (Digital EP – Intimate Silence)

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Genre/Influences: Ambient, cinematographic.

Background/Info: Intimate Silence is a brand-new label devoted to ambient music. The first EP is one by Głós (pronounced ‘Gwos’). This is a Berliner based producer who already released a few previous EP’s.

Content: The EP reveals 3 songs, which sound like exploring ambient fields with a sweet touch of darkness. It’s an intriguing voyage carried by some heavy ambient blasts at more evasive passages. Some passages are pretty cinematographic-minded (cf. “Empathy Keeps Me From Sleeping”).

You now and then will notice extra discrete noises in the background. The global atmosphere remains driven by a mysterious sensation, like an unknown danger lurking from behind the corner.

+ + + : This EP sounds somewhere in between darker ambient productions and pure electronic reverie. There’s certain visual appeal emerging from the production.

– – – : The music is pretty enjoyable although I’m missing an apotheosis.

Conclusion: Głós stands for a different ambient format, which reveals a sweet and fascinating taste, but without a real climax.

Best songs: “Figurant”.

Rate: (6½).

Band: www.christopherssurrender.de / www.facebook.com/glosofficial

Label: http://intimatesilence.com / www.facebook.com/intimatesilence

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