Fourth theme: brings everything back to the unity of indomitable music. The Raag becomes royal, an "oxoriental" masterpiece, I see the world take form in a bluish light, with its centre everywhere and its circumference encompassing the place called nowhere-yet, there is the whole, and I’m looking for the word to name the effect, trance in sobriety, power in serenity, this theme unfolds, comes to surround the first three, now giving them a common meaning, showing that it contains them as one single thing, which is Love Triumphant!
"There are four Orphic furies: The first harmonizes the disconnected and dissonant parts. The second gives the harmonized parts the unity of a whole. The third makes it a unique whole that precedes the parts. The fourth brings it back to the One, which is above the essence and the whole”. So, one after another, these are the four arms of this liberating and already legendary quartet by Cometo.
Cometo is the free Mahadev.
Om Namaha Shivaya
released May 31, 2017
Composed by Mahadev Cometo & Vincent Haenni.
Produced by Mahadev Cometo at Planete MARS Studio.
Artwork by KingDom Logo by Stefan Jermann Photo by lieberherr.photography
I came to this album from Biosphere's ambient work. The first few tracks felt very 'of the era' but when I got to 'Tranquilizer' I knew I needed this album. Turn it up loud and let that bassline pummel you. Just bliss.
The ambient tracks on this album are lovely, although not as refined as his later work. The techno tracks (excluding the perfection of Tranqulizer) didn't age terribly well, though. Simon Chester
70 minutes long "Ethereal" is another highly accomplished album by Sequentia Legenda and especially its third chapter showcases the more distinguishing approach in carving profoundly enigmatic, yet insistently sequencer-driven vintage-futuristic electronica. A very good move indeed!!! The mastery and potential were already abundantly exhibited on each release, so why not to go even further and reaching the iconic position of nowadays milestones in sequencer-based resurgences... Richard Gürtler