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Melody As Truth (Jonny Nash & Suzanne Kraft)
Framed Space: Selected works 2014-2017

Melody As Truth AKA Amsterdam based producers Jonny Nash (not the I Can See Clearly Now guy!) and Suzanne Kraft (AKA Diego Herrera) have had their first three years work on the Melody As Truth label collected together as Framed Space: Selected Works 2014-2017. Disc one features Nash, disc two features Herrera, although they have shared, and continue to share ideas. This 2CD set shows where their project started and where it’s heading.
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Jonny Nash & Suzanne Kraft
Passive Agressive

The debut album-length collaboration of Jonny Nash and Suzanne Kraft is Passive Aggressive, and its a sweet and subtle suite of melodic ambience, composed with software synths, piano and guitar. Everything feels very clean and calming, with gentle traces of sleepy jazz lapping at the edges. Passive Aggressive is released on Nash’s own label, Melody As Truth.

Tourist Kid
Crude Tracer

Aussie upstart Tourist Kid is here with his first release for Melody As Truth, a stuttering digital romp that takes in serene, glassy ambience, delicate piano and fetishistic instrumentation. It's a beautiful record; spacious, nuanced and heart-wrenching, complete with broken vocals and plaintive, delicate pulses. 
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Suzanne Kraft
Talk From Home

Word on the street is that Suzanne Kraft is actually an alias for one Diego Herrera, the intent behind his choice of project name currently being unclear. Talk From Home is a low-key, lo-fi sonic meander through melodic synth ambience, soft drum pads and subtle guitar, cooking up a comfortable brew. On Melody As Truth.
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D.K. / S.K.
D.K. / S.K.

Jonny Nash’s Melody As Truth label is the perfect home for this luxuriant trip through sophisticated ambience from certified smooth operators D.K. and Suzanne Kraft. The honey-coated tones oozing out of the six tracks on this EP land somewhere between tender Balearic introspection and 80s synth-noir soundscapes, like Michael Mann directing a Mediterranean beach holiday.
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Palta
Universel

Delicate, fourth-world electronics from Palta (one Natal Zaks, hailing from Denmark). The five tracks on offer dabble in Hassel-esque intercultural textures with rippling granules of jazzy percussion, laid across an overall style lounging somewhere between chillout and sci-fi ambient. Charming stuff from Melody As Truth’s final twelve of the year.
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Jonny Nash
Eden

Johnny Nash pulls out his piano, his guitar, and his beloved synthesisers for another exploration of imagined territories. Sparkly caves, pink seas and slow-swaying grass plains all come to mind when listening to Eden’s lush melodic textures. Beautiful stuff. Eden is released on Nash’s own Melody As Truth label.

Jonny Nash
Exit Strategies

With a slowed guitar that reminds us of a stripped-down Hammock, accompanied by ethereal July Skies-esque pads and another reverbed guitar, Jonny Nash lays down a guitar based soundscape unlike all of the above, or anybody else for that matter. Exit Strategies is dreamy as it is heavy, and rich as it is vivacious.
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Suzanne Kraft
What You Get For Being Young

Los Angeles based producer Suzanne Kraft returns to the Melody As Truth imprint for her third full length release. Beautifully dynamic, skeletal ambient electronic pieces that play out like water drips in a chrome cavern. Think of an ambient album by Actress with the minimalism of Inga Copeland and Holly Herndon  
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Jonny Nash / Suzanne Kraft
Split

Split 7” with two different takings on ambient electronica. Jonny Nash plucks his guitar in such a way I could imagine it being prescribed or labelled “do not operate heavy machinery…”, Suzanne Kraft is equally sublime, and sounds almost Lynchian, Not so much twisted, but setting a completely new landscape for you.
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