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1 review »Well I was bound to get a drone platter wasn't I? The Hampson side is first out of the bag - an intoxicating piece containing time stretched piano notes and very spiritually enriching draughts of drone that combined, sounds like a melee of singing bowls now with the tempting addition of field recordings taken from "wind & large bamboo plants". Huh? What were they doing, having a picn ... »

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Five Mountains Of Fire by Cindytalk./ Robert Hampson
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 08 April 2010
Well I was bound to get a drone platter wasn't I? The Hampson side is first out of the bag - an intoxicating piece containing time stretched piano notes and very spiritually enriching draughts of drone that combined, sounds like a melee of singing bowls now with the tempting addition of field recordings taken from "wind & large bamboo plants". Huh? What were they doing, having a picnic? An arm wrestle? Eh? Sounds fucking ace anyhow. Further intellectual analysis takes me to Cindytalk's side which errs more on the side of dark ambient & found sound. It sounds like an unfortunate hobo trying to kick off a tescos carrier bag that's stuck to his shoe in a leaky, sinister old warehouse whilst malevolent spirits drive spectral trains through his shaggy trampy face. But better than that sounds (or reads)

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