Derelict thoughts (Ron Boots) – Autumn Moon

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Released: By Groove Unlimited

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  1. Songs for an Autumn Moon [37:18]
  2. A Gentle Night [5:10]
  3. Lingering on [4:29]
  4. Half Moon Rising [10:55]

Ron Boots his ambient music, quiet, sensitive, warm and full of vibrance. Made for the silent moments in ones life.

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Weight 105 g



Single Cardboard

2 reviews for Derelict thoughts (Ron Boots) – Autumn Moon

  1. Martin Hoegee / Nederland

    Dat Ron dit album uitbrengt onder de naam Derelict Thoughts begrijp ik eerlijk gezegd niet. Omdat de muziek zo anders is als men gewend is van Ron? Ik vind dit album een ultieme uitbreiding van zijn oevre en daar mag hij trots op zijn. Maar wellicht komt het omdat ik ambient heerlijk vind om naar te luisteren. Overigens wel typisch herkenbaar zijn de volle klanken waar menigeen ambient muziekstuk nog wel eens schaars in is.

    Prachtig Ron, zet er maar gewoon je naam weer boven.

    2016. Martin Hoegee / Nederland

  2. Sylvain Lupari / &

    One of the big craftsmen, otherwise the most influential, of the Dutch School movement, Ron Boots swaps his clothes of architect of the heavy and lively sequenced rhythms for structures a little more ambient, a little more meditative. If we listen closely to Ron Boots’ works we notice that the synthman of Eindhoven likes to put ambient passages which counterbalance his impetuous movements of sequences on most of his albums. And in order to not confuse his fans, an extremely honorable gesture in my opinion, Ron Boots offers his very first ambient album under the very poetic pen name of Derelict Thoughts. Presented in a slender and very beautiful cardboard artwork, Autumn Moon is built around 2 live performances, swollen with improvisations, of ambient music that the magician behind Groove Unlimited has presented in Amsterdam and The Hague. And as all that touches Ron Boots; this is far from being usual.

    Songs for an Autumn Moon” starts this ball for meditative moods with a plethora of synth lines which pile up and get interlace in an intense ambiosonic pattern whose thickness kills all possibility of lights

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