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Only for completionists (0%). The album opens up with a dramatic mode, close to Vangelis movie scores, yet from the start one can sense that his admiration for his influences has been well absorved and his ability as a composer overshadows mere repetition of those musical idioms.
Artists Steve Moore The Henge. The Henge Steve Moore. This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/170 BPM).
Composed and produced by Steve Moore in his home studio in upstate New York, Beloved Exile is a collaboration with wned Tunisian singer-songwriter Emel Mathlouthi, visionary harpist Mary Lattimore, and veteran percussionist Jeff Gretz. Drawing influences from vintage ambient synth libraries, New Age/spiritual music, and menacing horror film canon, Beloved Exile proves to be simultaneously exquisite and deceptively unsettling. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Beloved Exile LP Black Vinyl.
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Steve Moore's debut solo album is cut from similar cloth as his band Zombi's work, shrouded in velvety analog synths and minor-key affect. But The Henge takes Halloween-inspired melodies and launches them into deep space, where they meet up with Germany's kosmische tradition. For all its somber restraint, the album ventures far and wide, variously deploying cavernous rock drumming, new age arpeggios, ominous choral pads and even the black-hole guitars of bands like Sunn O))). It's sequenced as expertly as an art film; you emerge into the light feeling reborn.