5. April 2018
The Deconstruction of Light
After the release of former albums, mud-mastermind Hagen Bretschneider received miscellaneous soundfiles from people all over the world, who played guitar or sang vocals along to Electric Mud tracks. The idea was born to reinvent some pieces and contribute more instrumental parts for the new album. Rather recomposing than remixing. Over the years the german-based Electric Mud transformed from a live-trio into a studio project. So longtime studio-contributor Nico Walser added some of his sound alchemy to the music. The heavy guitar driven riff is a major part of many tracks, but there is still plenty of space for soft passages and panoramic atmospheres. Non of the instrumentals stay in one genre for long, moving from krautrock to ambiant, from post rock to traditional prog, from edgy to contemplative. Imagine Deep Purple and Camel jammed together with Pink Floyd and Tangerine Dream - and you'll hear the pure audio-magic of the album "The Deconstruction of Light"
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