Monuments are built out of bits and pieces of varying sizes, shapes and timbres, even colours. Abstract music is thankful in the way that it doesn’t define too much for you, but leaves much for the imagination, though things like titles of course set the course for your images.
The Other Salvation follows the lines of minimal ambient with a noisy edge. The material is dominated by low drones, sometimes hitting too high or low frequencies creating resonance, distorting the sound signal.
The variations come slowly through the sound sculptures, if you can call a cold shiny slab or marble a sculpture or maybe the shiny black monolith from 2001 Space Odyssey.
No matter what sculptural form you compare The Other Salvation to, the result still stays the same: an efficient soundscape for the rainy day.