This album is about a feeling so strong that it makes one to forget the native distances and to wait in the wet grey alley for hours, despite of cold wind and drizzling rain. To wait for what? And then the memories arise. About the yore. About this alley, about these eyes. There comes the sensation of presence... The presence of the one about whom you reminisce. Though this is just seeming presence. But is the seeming true? In the end it becomes clear that there are no innocents in this world. Every deed has a range of consequences, going far into the future. Seemingly every innocent gesture, every innocent sight drags a certain chain of events after themselves. All we are guilty in something. There are no innocents.
Composed by Lost-Radio. Synthesizers, sampler, programmed, written, recorded and arranged by Roman Zorin. Voice by Mikhail Rodionov (track 1). Remix by SandSpace (track 3). Photography by Alexander Azimov. Artwork by Anna Riet.
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...are these monstrously humming sounds some ghostly voices? I think it's the ocean that speaks to me...
"The Ocean Inside" achieves the same stellar dimension as "Ars Lucis", no question about that, it's as much colossal and graceful, and even if it doesn't break any new ground, it's enormously sophisticated and brilliantly polished with masterfully demonstrated interaction to this utterly fascinating environment. A must have for all connoisseurs of pure atmospheric seascaping reveries!!! Richard Gürtler