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Double Single

Moonlight / All Will Come To Pass



Henri Éclipse

GENRE: Mythic
LABEL: Self-released
REVIEWED: April 9, 2024

As a thoroughly seasoned music critic, I've already traversed vast landscapes of sound, in a desperate search for those rare gems that transcend the ordinary and transport listeners to realms beyond imagination. Yet, amidst the vast sea of offerings, none have captivated me quite like Victauria's debut double single "Moonlight / All Will Come To Pass." Produced by visionary hyperpop maestro-du-jour A. G. Cook and released exclusively on (our sister site) Wandcamp, this literally-and-metaphysically celestial masterpiece stands as a testament to the transformative power of music, weaving aa tapestry of audiowonder that defies categorisation.

From the moment "Moonlight" unfolds its ethereal melodia, I find myself ensnared in its luminous embrace. Victauria's lyricism, akin to poetry from the stars, delicately navigates themes of introspection and longing, inviting listeners to embark on a journey of self-discovery. Each verse is an otherworldly ritual, each chorus a divine intervention that draws me deeper into its realm of incandescent blue with every sweet note.

But it's not just the lyrical prowess that sets "Moonlight" apart—it's the aurally lunar landscape crafted by A. G. Cook that elevates the track to mind-bending, bend-minding, transcendent heights. With shimmering synths of swan-feather and gravity defying percussive blips, Cook discovers new layers of sound while deftly enveloping the listener in a cocoon of unadulterated euphoria. Each paper thin layer of sound is meticulously spun, each sonic texture a sizzling, earthbound revelation. On every repeat listen I was left awestruck by the sheer brilliance of Victauria and Cook's collaboration.

While "Moonlight" fades into an unknowable ether, a trompe l'oreille painted with wolf howls and crescent curves, "All Will Come To Pass" emerges as a haunting counterpart, further solidifying Victauria's status as a visionary artist. With its undulating oscillators and harmonies carved from haunted trees, the track unfolds like a prophecy whispered by the omnicosmos. On every listen, Victauria's evocative vocals are a tender guide through a tangled labyrinth of emotion and enlightenment, leaving me spellbound and, at times, almost lost for words.

But what truly sets Victauria apart is her unique existence as a centaur. In a world where conformity reigns supreme, Victauria boldly embraces her post-mythical qualities, infusing her music with a sense of wonder and human-equine allure. As a listener, I can't help but be drawn to her mystique, eager to unravel the secrets hidden within her enchanting and enchanted melodies.

As I reflect on my journey through "Moonlight / All Will Come To Pass," I'm reminded of my own existence and the potential that may lie beyond it, as both a critic and a sentient soul. Realms beyond imagination, where dreams and reality intertwine in a symphony of hooves and heraldry. In a universe filled with noise, Victauria's music serves as a beacon of authenticity, purity and innovation, guiding listeners toward a brighter, more honest future. If the grass is always greener on the other side, then let me go there, let me indulge myself on that delicious cultivated vegetation. Let my teeth be green and yellow with the chewed stalks of this merry earth.

This is not simply a double single—it's an unclaimed pasture, a never-ending meadow, a bushel of wheat carried by a magnificent oracle of beast and bounty. This is not just the Best New Music of our time—it's a testament to the boundless possibilities of centaurian achievement.