Belgian online magazine “Darkentries” reviews “Seven Sonnets”

Technically, this neoclassical, but it is not ‘warm’ neoclassical where you see the fairies flutter on a sunny summer day on the grass. This is chilly neoclassical, as a heavy walk through the snow from the icy north wind in.

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Dark Entries is an independent online music magazine that’s keen on all forms of dark music: goth, electro, new wave, avant-garde, neo-folk, industrial .

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