This is a review of a 3 way split between New Zealand's Sun Through Eyelids, Russia's DeepDark and Argentina's Sebastian Crugely with the album being self released in 2016 and focusing on recorded myths and mysteries of American Indians and we will start off the review with Sun Through Eyelids a duo that plays a mixture of dark ambient and drone.
Their side of the split starts out with ambient style synths while the track is over 15 minutes in length along with some whispers being utilized in the background as well as some drones also being utilized at times, all of the music is instrumental and the production sounds very dark.
In my opinion Sun Through Eyelids are a very great sounding mixture of dark ambient, dungeon synth and drone and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this duo.
Next up is DeepDark a solo project that plays dark ambient.
His side of the split starts out with ambient style synths and atmospheric soundscapes while his song is 15 minutes in length along with some drones also being used at times and the music is all instrumental and as the track progresses rain and thunder sounds are added into the music and the production sounds very dark.
In my opinion DeepDark is a very great sounding dark ambient solo artist and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out his side of the split.
Closing the split is Sebastian Crugely a solo artist that plays a mixture of dark ambient and dungeon synth.
His side of the split starts out with a very atmospheric ambient sound while elements of dungeon synth are also utilized at times along with some field recordings as well as the music being instrumental and the track is almost 15 minutes in length, distorted drones can also be heard briefly and the production sounds very dark.
In my opinion this is another great sounding track from Sebastian Crugely and if you are a fan of dark ambient, you should check out his side of the split.
In conclusion I feel this is a very great sounding split and I would recommend it to all fans of dark ambient. 8 out of 10.