Portuguese producer/composer Rafael Toral has built the delicately reverberating soundscapes of ‘Aeriola Frequency’ by manipulating electronic feedback loops and conjuring up stretched resonances like a sorcerer who proves his powers by making a church bell ring in slow motion and then in complete reverse. Originally available in 1998, the album consists of several elongated pieces – ‘Cyclorama Lift 2’, ‘Cyclorama Lift 4’ and the separately released ‘Cyclorama Lift 3’ – all of which glisten like distant glass reflecting light back across a desert.
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