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This is nice. A new CD from Australia's Andrew Tuttle, AKA Anonymeye, here on his third release. It's bang up my alley as far as this kind of semi-ambient stuff goes. There's certainly elements of melody contained on this here disc but it's not pop as we know it. He uses a mixture of organic and electronic instrumentation to build up his relaxing tone sculptures. Vibe-wise the synth bits are ...

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Anontendre by Anonymeye
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 11 August 2011

This is nice. A new CD from Australia's Andrew Tuttle, AKA Anonymeye, here on his third release. It's bang up my alley as far as this kind of semi-ambient stuff goes. There's certainly elements of melody contained on this here disc but it's not pop as we know it. He uses a mixture of organic and electronic instrumentation to build up his relaxing tone sculptures. Vibe-wise the synth bits are kind of reminding me of Food Pyramid or something, but there's always that interplay between those and the organic instruments which is satisfying, and the melodic focal point is generally the guitar. Phil thinks some of it's a bit like Spacemen 3's dronier stuff. Pretty blissed out stuff anyway. The material on this album seems to vary from quite complex and melodic fingerpicked guitar to fairly minimal drone. It's constantly evolving and never really grating. I like it.


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