Purejunk has been waving his flag high under a number of different aliases over the years, most notably his Avalon and THC projects and both of them showcasing a somewhat trance-fuelled sound. His more recent Purejunk work has shifted to a considerably more experimental guise, bringing in aspects of electronica and downbeaten drone experimentations. "Dreamachine" is his longest and most wide-eyed work to date, bringing forth seventeen tracks of pure lushness - "Strings Of Life" and "Heaven Bring Forth" immediately standing out for their beautiful orchestral programming. There is plenty in there, much of it verging on modern classical, such as "Below Sorvali (Intermezzo)" and "Ideas Come To Life (Intermezzo)", but it's Purejunk's overall mastery of the aural senses which really makes this work shine throughout.
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