| ||I'm a big LFK/Sutherland fan; I didin't even know he had a new post-Bows project. Thanks for shedding some light on it, even if that light wasn't very favorable.|
| ||sorry,but i don`t agree at all with your review.I bought this cd arround christmas and i think it is the most dreamy record and the soundscape is so fragile and refreshing that it kept my intention for more then 38 minutes.i love luke`s singing and his little stories and it is quite a record that fits to his musical past.
i don`t know but it sounds a little bit that you are not familiar with the stuff that the other musicians, especially stefan schneider is doing.the mixture of this three guys is brilliant and not at all a standard electronic backing.it sticks out in the jungle of reproducing electronic music again and again.|
| ||Well, I'm definitely not terribly familiar with any of the three musician's past projects. I'd actually thought I'd made that clear in the review, but re-reading it now, I really didn't. My bad. As far as whether the songs are boring or beautiful, that's the paradigmatic question of opinion, right? I'm certainly glad you've added your two cents here to fans of Sutherland, Schneider and so on check it out anyway.|