Perdition Hill Radio by William Fowler Collins

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CD £10.49 TYPE046

CD on Type Records.

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Limited Vinyl Double LP £8.99 TYPE046LP

USED Limited 2LP on Type Records, NM/NM.

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Perdition Hill Radio by William Fowler Collins
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8/10 Ant 11 June 2009
Hey I just listened to the William Fowler Collins 'Perdition Hill Radio' album on Type. I played it on my bus Journey into work and it's gently eased me into the day. It's kinda dark although not as evil sounding as I was expecting. The artist bulids and sculpts layers of hiss, drone and cascading ambient synths. There are glimmers of light puncturing the bleak landscapes that I visualize. Actually some of the decaying sounds are reminiscent of William Basinski. I'm even reminded a little of James Kirby's much overlooked 'Bleaklow' album as The Stranger. There are definite similarities with what Xela is doing these days too so it's clear to see why he's signed this album to his Type label. Fans of dark ambient should dig this 2LP with CD to follow.

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