Cold Graey is a Russian label (or more precisely from Novosibirsk, Siberia) which work with extremely limited CDR edition releases (57 copies) of noise, dark ambient and experimental music. After [ … ]
One compilation mainly focused on sound research and experimental music, with the second one offering more electronica-based (in the broadest sense of the term), danceable material. Truly a must have for anyone who is always searching for new music which veers away from the beaten track.
The general feeling of this record may seem essentially melancholic and cold but, after a few times hearing it, you might be surprised and realize it’s also full hope and brightness, full of nuances and deep emotions. Actually, the best expression to describe how I felt while listening to it is the title of one of the tracks: “Swell Bliss”.
To put it in a nutshell, this record proves that Mark Spybey is one of these artists who, after a long career, are still able to cleverly renew their style while remaining faithful to their roots. And for listeners who are mostly into dark and heavy music, this kind of bright interval can sometimes be a real blessing.