Genre/Influences: Dark-Techno, Cinematic, Experimental.
Format: Digital, CD.
Background/Info: Debut-album of Polish solo-project Paarabola. The album features eight tracks.
Content: The opening -intro-like cut reveals an electronic approach which is rapidly evolving into repetitive, Dark-Techno loops. You’ll notice spoken samplings here and then. The work also reveals Cinematic elements.
+ + + : Paarabola brings an atypical work which is mainly dominated by alluring, Dark-Techno influences. “Psychopath Killer” and “Digme” both are great exposures of this album. It also is a diversified release moving into rather, relaxing, Cinematic passages.
– – – : The last part of the work is less convincing. It’s more into Cinematic and Experimental music missing a climax.
Conclusion: “Pure Holistic Evil” is an interesting debut album which I especially recommend for its darker side of Techno music.
Best songs: “Psychopath Killer”, “Digme”.
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