"Nocturne", the second AQUAVOICE offering on Zoharum, is a successor to well-received last year's "Grey." The material for both albums was created around the same time and was divided according to the following key: "Grey" - more experimental and coarse compositions; "Nocturne" - more dreamy, low-key and soothing ambient textures. The new album includes 11 new songs clocking in at 50 minutes, songs a bit darker and colder than before where one can find inspirations taken from Scandinavian art.
Tadeusz Łuczejko, the author of this material and the man behind AQUAVOICE, says: Despite not liking cold on a daily basis, I do like it in art. I am inspired by the extraordinary works of artists such as Arve Henriksen, Jan Garbarek, Lars von Trier, Geir Jennsen and Eivind Aarset. I have an impression that we are on the same wavelength.
This quote sums up the spirit of the album in the best possible way. One can find the answer, the feedback to those inspirations on "Nocturne." It is still varied, highest quality electronic music, with hints taken even from jazz.