Nonetheless, it has some beautiful melodies. With the predominance of serene and calm rhythms, on Wasteland, the listener can experience a quieter and gentle soul transfiguration, on harmonies where discreet electronic beats are disguised in the silent blasts of a more uniform cohesive dynamic. Characteristically more ambient than its predecessor, Wasteland is a more ecstatic album, that brings on the tenure of its interesting musical subject a more mysterious and exotic approach. With songs shorter than usual, this album is way more influenced on minimalist electronics than its predecessor, showing an audacious degree of change in style. With some beautiful melodies all the way through, Wasteland certainly can be considered a very good album, and a decent surprise, that greatly summarizes the astonishing musical abilities of this unknown musician, that presents himself only by the nom de plume of Tremulaant. Exploring an intelligent level of experimentation, here we can testify the surprising evolution the artist has consciously dedicated upon his music, since he works towards very different spheres of sound.
A little ecstatic sometimes, nonetheless, Wasteland is a great artistic achievement, that rationalizes a severe punctuation in what concerns a vibrant and lucid artistry. With tracks brilliantly conceived, and walking towards a moonlight of sonorous magnificence, what we have here is a groundbreaking confluence of musical intuition, working towards a self-sufficient goal of experience, composition and inspiration.
With tracks reminiscent of smooth electronica brightly executed at the zone of a highly diminished and ethereal horizon, concentrated in a volatile dose of simple connective originality, as an ordinary sadness that comes and goes, Wasteland is a fruitful sonorous minimalist electronic ambition, made to sound as a purely evocative state of the art realm. Bound to break rules, and sound freshly provoking, rebuilding and reconstructing in the innermost intricate details the vivid colors of opaque harmonies never to be found outside this particular work, Wasteland is a very good album, inevitably bound to conquer all the hearts of experimental electronica lovers all over the world.