Noveller’s Multicolored Soundscapes Will Make Your Head Spin


Noveller
Fantastic Planet
Fire

Oozing, pulsing and humming with energy, the multi-colored soundscapes of Noveller, aka Austin’s Sarah Lipstate, will cause your head to spin. Unlike much ambient music, which functions best as background listening, her wordless songs reward close attention, with guitars and synths intertwining to generate a dazzling host of tantalizing noises. Tracks blend seamlessly into one another, just as moods shift slowly from somber to joyous and back and textures range from dense to airy. Stimulating and soothing at once, the aptly named Fantastic Planet makes everyday life seem more vivid and full of endless possibility.

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