Lullabies For Broken Spirits

by Diamondstein / Sangam

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    "For the last year or so, L.A.’s Doom Trip Records has quietly been releasing a string of excellent records exploring the fascinating far reaches of electronic music. Their latest, a split LP from Diamondstein and Sangam, is no different. The two artists are perfectly paired: Diamondstein’s compositions are steady and haunting and marked by an occasional sense of anxiety. The dizzying, 11-minute “The Praise Chorus” begins with a soft, twinkling synth, but gradually builds and swells until it feels shot through with a sense of foreboding. Bells toll, funereal organs shatter the tranquility, and the whole song feels like it’s announcing the slow arrival of some dark phantom. Sangam’s songs are more sedate. “Knowing Loss” threads the sound of humming traffic and distant voices through gently-exhaling electronics..."

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    "Internal gauges at +11. There’s a smell that sounds more like it feels. So keep an eye out. Because the taste of success is just a blend of ambient waves one projects until the task is complete. The quieter the production, the louder we turn up. And Doom Trip Records knows what-it-is, gripping a good split and collab space of tracks by Sangam and Diamondstein in holy matrimony of Lullabies For Broken Spirits. Oh, you know what I need to hear?

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The long-awaited split / collab from Diamondstein and Sangam.

Featuring two collab tracks, "I Wish I Had More To Offer" and "Evenings Fly By"

Bandcamp Daily's 7 Essential Releases:

For the last year or so, L.A.’s Doom Trip Records has quietly been releasing a string of excellent records exploring the fascinating far reaches of electronic music. Their latest, a split LP from Diamondstein and Sangam, is no different. The two artists are perfectly paired: Diamondstein’s compositions are steady and haunting and marked by an occasional sense of anxiety. The dizzying, 11-minute “The Praise Chorus” begins with a soft, twinkling synth, but gradually builds and swells until it feels shot through with a sense of foreboding. Bells toll, funereal organs shatter the tranquility, and the whole song feels like it’s announcing the slow arrival of some dark phantom. Sangam’s songs are more sedate. “Knowing Loss” threads the sound of humming traffic and distant voices through gently-exhaling electronics, and the synths on “This Pain Feels the Same” barely register—far-off ripples of sound that buckle and expand like the Northern Lights. The pair collaborate on two tracks, the opening “I Wish I Had More to Offer” and closing “Evenings Fly By”; the former is tense and twitching, the latter an exercise in graceful melancholy. Like all of the songs on Lullabies For Broken Spirits, they are as moody and serene as they are utterly mesmerizing.

—J. Edward Keyes

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released August 30, 2017

All Music by Diamondstein and Sangam

Track 1 - Written, Mixed, and Produced by Diamondstein and Sangam
Tracks 2 - 5 - Written, Mixed, and Produced by Diamondstein
Tracks 6 - 10 - Written, Mixed, and Produced by Sangam
Track 11 - Written, Mixed, and Produced by Diamondstein and Sangam

Mastered by Shawn Hatfield at AudibleOddities

Photography by Blvckelegy

Layout by Z. Emerson

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