Review: Aristidis K. – Zero Point

Label: Webbed Hand
Catalog No: wh191

The world has collapsed into a single point. All known life has vanished. The only thing that remains is a guitar creaking the faint light of hope back into existence.

Aristidis K. has turned a dark corner on Zero Point. Subhuman effects rumble alongside the dreamy atmosphere creating a bittersweet sensation. The songs are simple and modest, leaving your mind to wander amongst the tones. The mild experimentation flutters on the side, only making its presence known when the need arises. Static and guitar warbles fog up the room, making you feel like the only soul to survive the apocalypse.

The sounds were crafted for that one person who somehow manages to live after the demise of Earth. You get the feeling that you are that one lucky human allowed to stay on this plane. As you float aimlessly the vast mists of time and space, this soundtrack plays. It echoes off the stars themselves and wraps you up safely, protected by the spirits of the universe.

Rating: 3.5 stars
Standout track: 4:37 AM

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