'aye Sea' is Lars L. Lien's 6th studio album.
The title track is a 8 minute long minimalist work and rather contrasting the new school D'n'B stormer 'The Champ' and the engaging and catchy hit 'Interstellar Superstar'; and the including of track 9, 'Strelka,' he confirms, was a tough decision.
Young Goodman Brown
The album contains the electroclash production 'Bad Karma,' IDM and downtempo in the form of 'Patched Up' and 'Night City' - catchy instrumental works like 'Metropol' and 'Universum' - the monumental 'Avatar' might also reach out to a bigger audience. The title track 'Young Goodman Brown' is a masterpiece, that depicts the essence of Hawthorne's tale in a rather striking manner and part I is classical music again from Lien.
What the Future Holds
This release consist of the brand new dub track, 'Dystopia,' and the glam production, 'Mr. Mystifier.' 'Sunburst' was made in the year 2000 and to celebrate mankind entering the new millennium.
'Another Heart' is Lars L. Lien's much anticipated follow up to 'Infatuation' (2017).
'Another Heart' is the most accessible of all of Lien's albums. 'The Stance,' the electro house track 'When I See You Dancin', and 'Spiritual Guidance' should appeal to the younger generations.
The Stance 5:190:00 / 5:19
0:00 / 5:06
In the Monad 6:110:00 / 6:11
(You) Let Me Down 5:300:00 / 5:30
Lifestyle 3:280:00 / 3:28
Flow 5:280:00 / 5:28
Puri 7:170:00 / 7:17
From the Heart 3:470:00 / 3:47
0:00 / 7:05
Spiritual Guidance 5:530:00 / 5:53
In Sympathy 4:120:00 / 4:12
0:00 / 5:58
So Inclined 7:480:00 / 7:48
Acid Trip (At the Jazz Club)
Lars L. Lien
A work of art yet again from Lien, while different from 'The Other Side' (2015).
'Acid Trip (at the Jazz Club)' is a work of some magnitude. 'High Definition' is a minimalist jazz piece that sets the stage; and 'No 1 of the Five' is, as the title suggests, inspired by Russian folk music, and like 'Open Wide' is at the same time rather challenging and then again not. 'Conscience,' performed on pipe organ, is an instrumental 'koral' of a very high standard, inspired by Bach's prelude (BWV 543) and the concluding part of his BWV 565.