‘as above/so below’ Album Review

Breaking And Entering reviewed as above/so below with a serenade of kind words:

“Detraction is the experimental electronic project of Larry Dubec. His latest album he believes is his “most beautiful and coherent compilation he’s ever produced.” Created over the course of twelve months, the record is a venture through space and time using ambient synth passages and vivid, dreamy wonder. There’s a sample of a Black Lives Matter chant in the track “Family” as well as field recordings in “Concrete Kensho.” It feels like a time lapse of everything that’s happened this year. We commend Detraction on a terrific soundtrack of dystopian bliss, and look forward to what he does next.”

https://breakingandentering.net/2020/10/14/audio-detraction-as-above-so-below/

A big thank you to Ben Slowey for the warm ego-boost, for your words are pure gold to me. Thank you once again.

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