This week Feminatronic playlist#95 is titled Quiet Times, music to just sit back, shut your eyes and really listen to and this album fits right into that category, with a heady mix of psyche ambience.
This pretty enlightening kind-of-an-album by multi-instrumentalist Marielle V Jakobsons starts with a nice spacious melodic amount of White Sparks. For some reason it gives me a winter-time feeling; snowflakes, socks hanging in the window, little lights and driving home for a futuristic Christmas. The melodies are nicely waved into each other creating a slow web of kind psychedelics that brings out a voice from deep within, something that seems to function as the kind of star to follow in order to find directions to a little hostel in the wintering white sparkling landscape.
Then the music changes into a warmer zone, some place in which psychedelics are teaming up with Persian hallucinations, harems, flying carpenters, bottles of smoke and graceful strings that belly dance their hour glass shapes on a floor full of comfortable…
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