|MIDDLE PILLAR PRESENTS
proud to bring you The Unquiet Void's second CD release,
Since 1989 Jason Wallach has been creating
his own unique style of synthesized atmospherics that stir the soul and
stimulate the mind. Working as a one man electronic orchestra, he composes
pieces of celestial ambiance. Jason honed his style on numerous compilations,
usually paying tribute to those artists that had influenced him over his
decade long musical career.
Covers of songs by David Bowie, Lycia and Black
Tape for a Blue Girl, as well as collaborations with Lycia's Michael Van
Portfleet and Jason's own extensive catalog of original compositions have
gained The Unquiet Void an international base of ethereal and ambient
On the strength of these songs Jason was approached
to score the independent film Scorpio by Phantom Productions.
The soundtrack ended up being The Unquiet Voidís first CD release.
For Between The Twilights Jason
has created an album that literally represents his dreams in audio form
- from evening to morning twilight - hence the
CD's title. It reflects visions that surface
before the waking hours, in that space where one cannot distinguish reality
What Dreams May Come? opens the record
with a miasma of ambient sound and sets the tone that will keep the listener
enthralled for the entirety of the CD. Intangible voices - akin to
seraphim - weep during the verses of Surrealistic Visions,
a trance-like ride through the dreaming. This prepares one for the beautifully
orchestral epic, Sinking into the Blue, Black Oblivion. Its grand
sweeping waves will overwhelm the most passionate of spirits and carry
one to higher planes never seen during consciousness. Morning Twilight
begins sweetly and gradually twists into a disturbing melody that drags
you back in the realm of nightmares and then releases you into daylight.
Between the Twilights
sweeps the listener up with swirls of ethereal soundscapes that will subliminally
enter the dormant mind - an ascent into celestial ambiance.
Unquiet Void's webpage.