New class act from Belgium: This Morn‘ Omina

Described as one of the best releases of this year by the reknown Side-Line reviewer Stéphane Froidcoeur, Taiu by This Morn‘ Omina is sure to conquer more than one heart in the scene. But let’s hear what Stéphane has to say:
„Front 242, Klinik, A Split Second, ŕ Grumh, SA 42, Vomito Negro, Dive, Suicide Commando, Belgium seems like an
endless source of talented formations.

In the shadow of those idols, I found another amazing project! This Morn‘ Omina is probably one of the least known and recognized talents of the Belgian scene.

After the primitive-tribal sounding Nezeru Enti Sebauem NeterXertet album, which was a selection of earlier demo-songs and the more elaborated and electro-orientated Em Sauf Haa-Heru, the Hegira-trilogy is closed by its final cycle entitled Taiu.

Taiu is conceived around modern technology and evokes some early Klinik-sequences, creating a dark electronic mood.

The album has been limited to 500 copies on HORUS CyclicDaemon, a Czech company (but a new printing is in the pipeline).

The album has meanwhile become a must-have among the Side-Line staff.

This Morn’ Omina definitely deserves more recognition for their brilliance and genius way of composing!

A class act that is purchasable via Side-Line.

This album was reviewed by Stéphane Froidcoeur