World Void Web – Memories in Raindrops

World Void Web’s Memories in Raindrops is a tremendously emotive effort that tells a story over the course of four and three-quarters minutes. Little more is needed from World Void Web than a synth and a percussive element to get listeners engaged. The video (enclosed below the drop) provides additional context to the composition.

There are distinct movements to Memories in Raindrops that keeps the momentum of the composition high. With each shift, there is enough of the composition’s spirit to keep things coherent and comprehensive. We’re excited to hear (and see) more from World Void Web in the new year. Check out our previous feature about the act.

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