THE MAZE TO NOWHERE

by LORN

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ricq Man, OXBOW B is so dark, i love the gritty, organic sound of what sounds like a cello. Lorn's music could be classified as 'Electronic," but his use of non-electronic sounds is what sets his musical engineering apart. Favorite track: OXBOW B.
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pC Lorn proves their mastery over smoggy imagery, using spooky, bassy, slow electronic that shallows up your fantasy and spits out a hollow shell of society and distrustful strangers. Very moody and atmospheric, it sounds as if this album was taken straight from a dirty mafia film. Favorite track: OXBOW B.
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TypeSaucy The futuristic sounds that this album encompasses makes this a great start for the three-part EP series that is THE MAZE TO NOWHERE.
The opening track would make one feel as if they just stepped into a cyberpunk-dystopian movie, which is pretty much how the entire album feels like. The second track emphasizes this well.
If you are looking for a cinematic experience, dip your toes into this album and also the other parts of this trilogy. Favorite track: BATTY'S THEME.
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THE MAZE TO NOWHERE
WEDNESDAY SOUND

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released August 27, 2014

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