Leggo la descrizione dell'album, che recita: "2007, elettronica+farina del mio sacco". A parte l'anno di composizione, che dice poco, l'elettronica c'è tutta, ed è usata bene. Spesso si abusa degli effetti per mascherare una sostanziale povertà di idee musicali, ma in questo caso tutto calza alla perfezione, e l'effetto è pertinente ad esprimere linee ipnotiche di efficace minimalismo, da assaporare a luci spente e occhi chiusi. Quanto alla "farina del tuo sacco", la trovo dunque tanto buona da raccomandare a chi posso il tuo lavoro. Complimenti.
A gorgeous cacophany of voices cascade into your ears, then the track comes into play to find an equilibrium that echoes its fortitude in the face of adversity, Changeless it is. The Circus Around Us beats resonating beautifully, then the progressive minimalism comes into play. I like to call it complex. But then, so is the circus. Nice track, vocals mimimalist as well, which is cool with me (as usual). Maybe that's AKheon's 'lush'. And, so it dissipates and minimalises the minimalism, then a reprise which was a surprise!-) Krautrock tingles the senses and teases you into liking it, then it brings you the rock in its diminuitive form and it works really well, taking the essence of form and stretching it out to its' maximum tolerance. Nice ending. An Ocean Of Words (OK sometimes my 'reviews' get a bit out of hand, j'accuse...) is like a long goodbye, a plaintive yearning for epiphany even. Quite insubstantial but disproportionately effective. Good sound management. Across The Water. Here, in England everything seems to be about being 'across the water', but being on an island is an advantage sometimes and water can be so temperamental around our coasts. The track is nice and buoyant, lush indeed!-) Then there is the eponymous title track, You Are My Sad Love. It is really nice, like bisexualism in binary. Quaintly plaintive. Puppy dog eyes, done well:-) I've Been Here Before comes back with firm assertiveness, some of us have indeed and so will continually, and even if it produces such beautiful music as cometa does, then it would have been worth it surely. It has a very good atmosphere from what seems to be so little when you try to examine it. Subatomic minimalism, that will be the next genre. Disappear seems quite sinister but in such a disarming manner, it's not quite clear what the mood seems to connotate, if anything. It is very calm, perhaps in the sense of a lucid confirmation, a resolution to do just that. You, or do you mean me. A miniscule fanfare to being who you are, in whatever configuration, a tribute to the self and a good album. Thanks for sharing the moments.