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Review: 'Mountain Black'
'Closing In'   

-  Album: 'Closing In' -  Label: 'Moozak'
-  Genre: 'Ambient' -  Release Date: '1st October 2013'-  Catalogue No: 'MZK#006'

Our Rating:
From a seemingly endless silence slowly emerges a sound… a tectonic rumble and a scrape, followed by a subterranean detonation, and then… nothing. A stillness. The occasional flutter and tweet flickers through the silence, ephemeral events in a wide open sonic space. Crackling sounds and heavy rain unexpectedly flood the senses before fading out once more, leaving the listener alone once more in a desert of sound and equally, an absence of sound.

It’s this absence, this lack, that essentially defines ‘Closing In’, as Mountain Black explores the extensive space between the sounds, and inhabits them. In a world that’s crowded with noise, ‘Closing In’ comes as a surprise. In this context, it’s a daring piece that in barely making a sound, demands the listener’s attention.
  author: Christopher Nosnibor

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Mountain Black - Closing In