Feed the Silence, by Dark Aether Project (1999): I seem to be focusing on second albums here recently, for some reason. This is DAP's second release, with an almost completely different lineup from their first, IIRC. When I originally wrote about this album for Ground & Sky (linked above) I concluded:
My overall impression of the album is that it was made by a group of very goodWhich just goes to show how tastes change. I'm not going to put Feed the Silence on my list of Desert Island Discs any time soon, but I get a lot more out of it than I did several years ago.
musicians who share a pretty strong vision of what their music should be.
Unfortunately, that vision just doesn't excite me all that much. I'd recommend
this album to those who like a little less structure and more of a free form to