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Virga II

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Dan O.
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Dan O. This music is medicinal. And narcotic. I have Virga I and II mental health days, but can end up playing them on an endless loop if I'm not careful. Powerful stuff to be treated with respect.
Adam
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Adam Absolutely stunning. Goes low and soars high and gives me goose bumps throughout. Matt Cooper does it again. Favorite track: Virga II.
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schreiber1 I was not ready for this album. I did not expect this album to soar as high as it does. A beautifully constructed album of two sides: the dark and terrifying; and the peaceful resolve. After it’s 42 minute length, I am left hungry and excited for whatever comes next. Cheers to Mr. Cooper for once again creating great music and here’s to whatever he does next!
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At the top of 2020 – a year that began like any other but ended like none other – Matthew Robert Cooper’s Eluvium moniker unveiled a new ambient album series built around generative music and long-form loops. Intended as a minor, limited-edition stop-gap between proper albums, Virga I unexpectedly became a balm for many in a year of overwhelming anxiety and uncertainty. One year later, Eluvium follows with Virga II, an album made to help translate that flood of emotions as something other than anxiety and uncertainty. From the opening oceanic darkness of the aptly-named “Hallucination I” – a purposefully stoic, immovable piece designed to engage the listener’s subconscious in developing melodies through illusory repetition – through to the gaseous drift of the title track, Virga II rebuilds itself to reflect our ever-changing time and space. From buzz to bliss, it is a wondrous journey of reflection and restoration.

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released August 6, 2021

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