Track 3, 5, 7: music by Krisztian Arvai and Emese Arvai-Illes
Track 1, 4, 6, 8, 9 and 10: music by Krisztian Arvai
Track 2: music by Emese Arvai-Illes
All lyrics by Emese Arvai-Illes
Mixed and mastered by Krisztian Arvai
Album art: Emese Arvai-Illes
Album art design and editing: Stapel Design
Elektron Music Machines MAV AB, Josef Stapel, Derek Anthony Williams, Számvéber Tamás, Számvéber Sándor ‘Veréb’, Legéndy Jácint, Varga Balázs ‘Zero’, Dömötör Tamás, Varga Zorán, Planetdamage, Szoták Zoltán, Pedro Pies Blancos, Blanca Los Ojos.
This album is a true Christmas gift. The more I listen to you, the deeper your music becomes; you might sing in any language, but the sense, the darkness, the grim UNDERSTANDING are the same. "CO" feels like a sad smile on our reality. "Session" is a meditative tune I'd enjoy doing yoga to. "Soon" is a perfect coda, full of whispers and just the right amount of dread of anticipation. I cannot thank you enough for your art, so I'll stick to spreading the word about it; there are more people like me who need to know "Dichromat" exists. Erebus Odora
All the songs on here have their moments. As an album though, from song to song it's not a front to back listen for me. I have it split into different sections on my playlists. Definitely give "No Gold" and "My Casual God" a listen, I find those are my personal gems off of this. ozzairha
It was a mistake putting off listening to this album for so long.
KANGA's Nine Inch Nails inspirations are on her sleeve in this album but she pulls it off amazingly well, paying tribute while presenting something entirely her own.
Hearing the hype put me off listening to this for so long and it sucks that I'm adding to it by telling you to ignore it, but give it a listen. You won't be disappointed.
Don't make the same mistakes I've made. met3mpsyk6sis