Amazing keyboards from Igor Wakevitch – very dark and moody, and with sounds and textures that seem to echo the industrial generation growing up at the same time – but which Igor's music definitely precedes! Wakevitch is a real obscurity – an artist whose influence is only being felt all these many years later, but who has the ability to create striking sounds that rival or beat some of his more flamboyant contemporaries – especially those on the London
scene. This album is a second collaboration with dancer Carolyn Carlson, and like the first, it's way more than any dance project you might expect – very textural and electronic, with sounds that are very abstracted from their sources! Titles include "Nagual", "The Smile Of The Wolf On The Bench", "Never Poem For The Other", "In The Nagual's Time", "Spenta Aramati", "Cinderalla", and "Sets".
(Includes a nice insert too!)