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A celestial radiance. A shimmering darkness. A deafening quietude. Describing ambient music is a difficult mess of adjectives and abstract descriptions of places, times, imaginations, what have you, but isn't that the goal of ephemeral music? To take the listener to some odd, new place? Bay-area duo Fyrhtu's strange, luminous electrofolk atmospheres are a place insofar as it is not. Listen to an exclusive stream of No More Days In The Light below.

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The artistic convergence of Vastum's (and ambient master) Leila Abdul-Rauf and Cardinal Wyrm's Nathan Verrill, Fyrhtu's debut moves in swaths, an openness between the various instruments and sounds utilized to create their music. A survey of post-industrial music, fans of the classics will find solace here, but do not let that dissuade anyone looking to find new music. This is not gatekeeping music -- rather, Fyrhtu's cold emptiness is somehow warm and welcoming, an excellent entry point to those who found the vastness of industrial and ambient music all too intimidating.

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No More Days In The Light releases November 8th on Black Horizons.

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