NATURAL SNOW BUILDINGS [2010] THE CENTAURI AGENT (VULPIANO)



Mehdi Ameziane & Solange Gularte again stepped out with huge length release (in fact, label called it "double LP"), which again was officially placed in web for free downloads (now straight from scratch) and first time (as far as i remember) this French duo dealed with net-label. Vulpiano should be checked a bit deeper for The Centauri Agent is marked as their 13th release (though was announced "the 1st label's album which crossed 1000 downloads border") — i hope that the previous ones would reveal few interesting names…
As for the new NSB — guys from Vulpiano said in their tumble-based site that "VULP-0013 is Natural Snow Buildings’ first release of 2010, the free-for-download double LP The Centauri Agent! On part one, the 41 minute “Our man from Centauri” sets the stage, a cosmic, sprawling opener with themes that continue on into “The accidental remote viewer”, before fizzling out into static. Part two is comprised of nine beautiful and intense tracks (particular stand-outs including “The Psychic Circle/Uchronia”, “The storm of resurrection”, and “Solar flares”). Lovely and intricately woven as ever, while frequently heading off into new and challenging sonic territory, Mehdi and Solange have created yet another very special work of musical art with The Centauri Agent!"
1.7 hours of pure soft psychedelic mixed with some drones and free folkish ambience awaiting you in MP3 (CBR 256 kbps) and in FLAC.


Since we're finishing March with such quantity of good albums marked with "2010", i already love this year for it's promising productivity!

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