Gonzalez, Delia / Horse Follows Darkness
Album:Horse Follows Darkness Collection:General
Artist:Gonzalez, Delia Added:Jun 2017
Label:Dfa Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2017-06-15 Pull Date:2017-08-17 Charts:RPM/Electronica, Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:Aug 13Aug 6Jul 30Jul 23Jul 16Jul 9Jul 2Jun 25

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 25, 2022:Magnetized Toner:Eclectic Summer (rebroadcast from Jun 20, 2017)
4.Aug 12, 2017:Narnia
Hidden Song
2.Jan 07, 2018:Formerly A
5.Aug 11, 2017:KZSU Time Traveler
3.Nov 16, 2017:No Cover, No Fo
6.Aug 10, 2017:Totally A

Album Review
DJ Aporia
Reviewed 2017-06-14 
Progressive electronica. Inspired by the American Western and all things krautrock. Though the instrumentation is minimal—mostly piano, guitar, synths, and drums used sparely—it still manages to reach a rich, full sound. And it grooves. Highly recommended!

Related: Tangerine Dream, Pye Corner Audio, Emptyset, CAN
Favorites: 1, 2, 3, 5

1. (6:08) ** In Through the Light—Lush, dreamy piano soundscapes. Gets buzzier towards end.
2. (4:28) *** Hidden Song—Distorted guitar-driven krautrock. Gorgeous piano flourishes, bass.
3. (7:39) ** Roulette—Densely layered piano cuts, swirling synths, subtle beats. Locked-in kraut groove, sounds like a horse galloping.
4. (5:12) Horse Follows Darkness—Somber, ominous piano and rising arpeggiated synths. Cloudy, drenched in echo.
5. (7:23) ** Vesuvius—Very electronic, opening sounds like hearing an airplane overhead. Punchy synths lock into another great krautrock style. Futuristic.

Track Listing
1.In Through The Light 3.Roulette
2.Hidden Song 4.Horse Follows Darkness