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rodrigo_ourcilleon If Sonnborner proves anything, it's that Nadja only continue to refine, expand, and experiment with their sound as time goes on, and quite successfully so at that.

Full review: Favorite track: Sunwell.
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mothuary this album I have, multiple times, turned on and just laid down in a totally dark room and let it go. It is like magic. I cannot select a favorite track because i have never played the album without listening to the whole thing. Beautiful experience.
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rikm Nadja have always amazed me with their creation of vast musical spaces, immense sonic landscapes that are detailed and textured and thoroughly engaging.

On "Sonnborner" they particularly excel in this regard, a fully immersive album that impresses greatly, and inspires further deep listening...
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Simon Booth Sonnborner is classic Nadja, a glacially paced meditation on a simple riff drowned in fuzz. Eventually it gives way to a lovely, luscious drone built of strings (presumably this is "Aten"). The remainder of the album picks up the pace for a handful of shorter songs in the Grindgaze style introduced on the Tangled EP Favorite track: Sonnborner/Aten.
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Der33 They keep refining, expanding, experimenting, and succeeding. Fascinating contrast between the long and short form pieces. As always, a massive, intricate, overwhelming, and beautiful sound.
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Sunwell 03:25


Released on LP by Broken Spine Productions and CD by Daymare Recordings. Vinyl edition out of print, CD still available from Japan here:

Cover art by Le Nevralgie Costanti, mastered by James Plotkin.


released September 4, 2018

Aidan Baker - guitar, drum machine, vocals
Leah Buckareff - bass, vocals
Simon Goff - violin
Agathe Max - violin
Julia Kent - cello


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Nadja Berlin, Germany

Nadja is Leah Buckareff & Aidan Baker. They make ambient / experimental / doom metal.

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