Thursday, April 23, 2009

Alias Zone

This is a partial review of Alias Zone's "Lucid Dreams" which ran in my Violence Fetish e-mail. I no longer have the full review.

"...words are incapable of giving a definitive meaning to what flows from the stereo's speakers when the first track, Phunque, begins. Alias Zone, which is more of an experience than it is a 'band,' offers up loops, ambient, exotica and world beats infected with foreign language to present a trippy, otherworldly dream that rests just south of the nine-to-five grind. (And that is very apparent on I Have Stopped Dreaming, which just about kills every living thing in a five mile radius whenever it is played) ... The music just isn't meant for everyone. Instead, it is music designed by divine hands for creators and dreamers. The rest of the world will enjoy it, but won't understand it. Those who spend more time in their own reality, however, will find that this suits them just fine."
Doug Brunell/Violence Fetish Online 10/16/01

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