Genre/Influences: Cinematic, IDM.
Background/Info: A few months have passed since LPF12 last production (cf. “Contours Of Stillness”). German Sascha Lemon remains a very prolific musician releasing several productions a year. “Cargo” features three new cuts.
Content: “Cargo” takes off where previous works stopped; an explicit Cinematic music style featuring extended cuts which have been slowly built up by using different influences. Each track sounds like it features multiple, imaginary, sub-track which are sometimes touching ground with IDM.
+ + + : “Cargo” is a new sonic travel throughout imaginary abyssal and space-like universes. The slow rhythm makes it all more accessible and especially during the IDM passages –which are mainly coming through at the debut cut “Parting Ways”.
– – – : The songs are slowly moving by without reaching a true apotheosis.
Conclusion: I remain devoted to the work of LPF12 although “Cargo” is definitely not the artist’s most recommendable composition to date.
Best songs: “Parting Ways”, “Possible Ways”.
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