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Gonzalez, Delia / Horse Follows Darkness
Album:Horse Follows Darkness Collection:General
Artist:Gonzalez, Delia Added:06/2017
Label:Dfa Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2017-06-15 Pull Date:2017-08-17 Charts:RPM/Electronica, Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:18 Jun
Airplays:3

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Album Review
DJ Aporia
Reviewed 2017-06-14 
Progressive electronica. Inspired by the American Western and all things krautrock. Though the instrumentation is minimal—mostly piano, guitar, synths, and drums used sparely—it still manages to reach a rich, full sound. And it grooves. Highly recommended!

Related: Tangerine Dream, Pye Corner Audio, Emptyset, CAN
Favorites: 1, 2, 3, 5

1. (6:08) ** In Through the Light—Lush, dreamy piano soundscapes. Gets buzzier towards end.
2. (4:28) *** Hidden Song—Distorted guitar-driven krautrock. Gorgeous piano flourishes, bass.
3. (7:39) ** Roulette—Densely layered piano cuts, swirling synths, subtle beats. Locked-in kraut groove, sounds like a horse galloping.
4. (5:12) Horse Follows Darkness—Somber, ominous piano and rising arpeggiated synths. Cloudy, drenched in echo.
5. (7:23) ** Vesuvius—Very electronic, opening sounds like hearing an airplane overhead. Punchy synths lock into another great krautrock style. Futuristic.

Track Listing
1.In Through The Light 3.Roulette
2.Hidden Song 4.Horse Follows Darkness
 5.Vesuvius