New Review of “Eko Eko Aradia” from the folks over at Ptolmaic Terrascope!

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A nice review from Ptolmaic Terrascope (http://www.terrascope.co.uk/Reviews/Rumbles_July_15.htm)

check it out!

“Eko Eko Aradia” by Comets Ov Cupid is a terrific set of four Kosmische drone/synth/effects-laden-guitars pieces, all of which build up a suitably spacey atmosphere. Jason Kesselring is the man behind the project, playing all the instruments, with the album set to reflect the wide-open space and Cold War mystery of his native North Dakota. Opener ‘Sein Und Zeit’ matches phased drones and pads with a deeply reverberated guitar (though it sounds like a santoor or dulcimer). The title track adds more mysterious voices to the sound world, while ‘Fly By The Comet’ is a patchwork of harmonics, sound effects and gliss guitar. Album closer ‘The Infernal Star’ pits an oscillating guitar arpeggio with more spacey effects. Fans of the the music of Quiet World who like a bit of added cosmic mystery would enjoy this. It doesn’t vary too much, but it builds up an effective set of atmospheres if you stick with it.

(www.cometsovcupid.com)

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