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1999 Hearts of Space 11094 (CD)
Reviewed by Gary Andrews, Brian Parnham, various listener comments, Billboard, L.A. Weekly, Muze, Progressive World, RhythmUS, SCI FI Magazine, Wind and Wire
LIGHT FANTASTIC does much to subvert one's expectations of musical structure, while remaining unabashedly beautiful throughout. Roach's soundworlds have never sounded more rich and full of light. On the other hand, the complexity of the 'fractal grooves' allows the hybrid percussion to assume what would be the melodic content of a given piece. The rhythms are as willful and intricate as an African drumming group or drum 'n' bass track, continually morphing from one pattern into another, describing animated moiré patterns in sound.
|1. ||Trip the Light||MP3||8:34|| |
|2. ||Breathing the Pulse||MP3||5:25|| |
|3. ||The Reflecting Chamber||MP3||7:05|| |
|4. ||Touch the Pearl||MP3||9:24|| |
|5. ||Realm of Refraction||MP3||11:20|| |
|6. ||The Luminous Return||MP3||16:48|| |
|- ||Light Fantastic (medley)||MP3|| |