Headland – Wear on the Pulse Review

Ace Of Space – Headland

Ace of Space - HeadlandThis is the latest album by Ace Of Space which is Paul Le Hat’s cinematic electronica music project. To him his music is about “capturing the moment, just like taking a photograph or snapshot, in musical terms” which is a beautiful way to think of music we think.

Back to his latest album, just as the name suggests ‘Ace of Space’ this musical endeavour is something out of the ordinary – by this I mean it is a fusing of mellow beats overladen with various electronic musical machines that make each song sound ‘Space’ like.

It has to be said rather than the harsh rapid sound you would expect from electronic music this album is very calming from the atmospheric feel it creates through the use of echoing guitar riffs and sweeping soundscapes. It is one for those who love the old electronica sound from the sixties.

Ruth Edmundson

Source: http://wearonthepulse.com/2013/01/04/ace-of-space-headland


This is a suite of short pieces dedicated to and inspired by the memories of a place in my life. No nostalgia. To my relatives and friends who lived and worked in old Hartlepool, a place on the North East coast of England commonly known as the Headland.

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