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yndi halda

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"Live review July 2006 - Water Rats (London)"

"that they're already greatly impressive is a fact humbled, rather, by the obvious certainty that they've the potential to one day be peerless...if it doesn’t have critics stunned into adoration at its almost unprecedented beauty, then said individuals are most certainly deaf. That, or they’ve no heart and soul."
mike diver, drownedinsound - DrownedinSound

"record review - February 2007"

"beautiful and shimmering...expect big things." darren taylor - Rock Sound

"record review - February 2007"

"Haunting, halting, stunning, beautiful, utterly emotional and overwhelming in all its power and promise...at times it's dread quiet, at others it feels like the world is caving in"
Simon Diplock - Moderate Rock


Enjoy Eternal Bliss (2007):
1 - dash and blast
2 - we flood empty lakes
3 - a song for starlit beaches
4 - illuminate my heart, my darling!
total playing time is 65 minutes



yndi halda's Enjoy Eternal Bliss unfolds through four tracks that clock in at a little more than an hour. This is expansive, epic instrumental music with varied sections and movements that rise to crescendo out of subtle, gentle ambience. Melodies ebb and flow, rising to beautiful explosions. It's the kind of music which could soundtrack a modern day love story as easily as it could a mid-century war. A barrage of instrumentation is woven together to form the fabric of this effort, with soaring violins and whispering glockenspiels, melodies of clarinets and banjos, and driving guitars and bass supported by a military-styled percussion sound. With one beautiful soundscape after another, yndi halda create something bigger than an emotional rollercoaster, it's more like a full-on mountain assault through thick blizzards and incredible sunshine.