Ulnar are a duo from Portugal that plays a mixture of ambient, drone and noise and this is a review of their 2017 album "Dreaming Of Sailing Further West" which was released by Colectivo Casa Amarela.
Field recordings start off the album along with some drones and some of the tracks are very long and epic in length and after awhile elements of ambient are added onto the recording along with some songs that also gives the songs a more atmospheric feeling and most of the music is instrumental.
At times the music can get very avant garde and experimental while also adding soundscapes and elements of noise into certain sections of the recording and voices can also be heard in the background briefly and all of the songs sound different from each other which also gives the recording a lot more diversity.
Ulnar plays a musical style that takes ambient, drone and noise and mixes it with experimental and atmospheric elements to create a sound of their own and the production sounds very dark.
In my opinion Ulnar are a very great sounding mixture of ambient, drone and noise and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this duo. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Volcanic Ash" and "Sailing Further West". 8 out of 10.