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The Cloud of Forgetting is a cloud of bliss: it is a forgetting of both past and future, as we are drawn into an eternal now that secludes us from worry.
The Sea of Potentials is an ode to the unknown, and to embracing the unknown as it lurks just beyond the border of our perception.
This album has the power to calm me, the way precious few things have in this tumultuous period of my life. It transports me to its own world, but more importantly, it manages to channel some of its serenity back into our world, which is more valuable still.
Hypnagogia is Evoken’s most relevant record since Antithesis of Light, and proof that bands can reinvent themselves in subtle ways over the course of a quarter of a century.
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Dead King’s Dream is superb narrative dungeon synth, the way it should be done … A D&D session through a surreal psychedelic lens: playful, a good balance of light and dark, seriousness and humour.
I was planning on calling this a fragile album, but it is anything but. This is because when we acknowledge and display our vulnerabilities, we have already conquered them in part, and are less fragile as a result.
We sometimes talk to our plants, not expecting them to talk back. Perhaps to make them grow, to soothe them and ourselves. But what if the plants did talk, and we just don’t know how to listen?