There are multiple artists named Hall of Mirrors: 1) Hall of Mirrors is an experimental ambient project from Italy, founded by Andrea Marutti (Amon, Never Known) and Giuseppe Verticchio (Nimh) in 2005. They use an immense range of synthesizers and electronic equipment, sequencers, tapes, fields recordings, electric guitar and vary effects in coupling to sophisticated jobs of treatment of sound sources. They produce organic, textural ambience that’s murky and abstract, uncurling like tendrils of smoke before coalescing into a simulacrum of shadowy figures, to turbulent, more immersive post-industrial sounds that prowl the depths of subterranean caverns and forgotten, still radioactive ruins. At its core, this is dark ambient, but with its roughly edged, mildly corrosive machine edges and cascading factory whir, Hall of Mirrors moves into a much more active and cerebral sonic realm. 2) Hall of Mirrors is a bedroom electroacoustic pop project started near Boston, MA, United States, in a home studio by singer-songwriter Marco Lawrence in Fall 2012. The group, which consists of Lawrence and cellist Jenna Calabro, combines the upbeat kick of electronic dance music with the more somber and emotional sound of string-driven acoustic music.