"Were the Barrons, of Forbidden Planet soundtrack fame, still alive and working today, they might very well sound like Marc McNulty, the musician and sound artist whose explorations of small sonic spaces result in squiggling effects that suggest an otherworldly aura. A characteristically internecine journey through microscopic dank pockets of slomo whirligigs, melting tonal affect, and tantalizing garbles. Which is to say, it sounds both like a modern use of digital audio tools to explore audio objects, and like the special effects from an ancient science fiction film. Tomorrow's music is yesteryear's foley sounds." - Marc Weidenbaum (disquiet.com)
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What sets Soliloquy For Lilith apart for me is that it hangs in the air vibrating, demanding my attention. It doesn't lull me into a stupor, it wakes me up, ringing my nerves into shape, good shape. marc mcnulty
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