Both artists are masters of subtle movement and minuscule fluctuations, and both also express an aesthetic that escapes the constraints of time, casting the listener into uncharted depths filled with drones and half-formed sentience. “Sonology” is an excursion in perception and sublimity, and a fine example of artistic alignment.
CD, Sound On Probation, 2008 www.soundonprobation.com A towering work of alien unease, Laurent Perrier’s second release as Pylône offers deeply hypnotic realms. “Grounded Hands” even improves on “Black Grains” (2006), [ … ]
CD, Sound On Probation, 2006 www.soundonprobation.com Pylône delivers neoteric, but not unfamiliar, abstract environments and minimal dark ambient over five tracks on “Black Grains.” Varying in length from 5 to [ … ]