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1 review | 7 people love this record: be the 8th! Here we've got a collaborative effort spanning the geographical and cultural chasm between France and Scotland, never the most obvious of musical bedfellows, creating something with elements of the neoclassical but also of abstract experimental composition. Piano forms the backbone of these two long pieces, but the spaces are filled with computerised clicks and tweaks and along with field re ... »

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A Question Of Re-Entry by Cindytalk With Philippe Petit
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7 people love this record. Be the 8th!
8/10 Mike Staff review, 01 December 2011

Here we've got a collaborative effort spanning the geographical and cultural chasm between France and Scotland, never the most obvious of musical bedfellows, creating something with elements of the neoclassical but also of abstract experimental composition. Piano forms the backbone of these two long pieces, but the spaces are filled with computerised clicks and tweaks and along with field recordings. These aren't discordant pieces but they're not obviously melodic either, with the piano picking out odd little disjointed patterns over a relaxing texture collage. On the flip we've got an even slower-moving piece which really brings the ambient computer textures to the fore with an emphasis on cosmic swirls of treble and mid. There's heavily effected guitars shaping things a little under the surface too, but this is more of a meditative and ambient piece than the one on the A side with the piano taking the back seat and I'm preferring it right now. Otherworldly ambient creaks and rumbles galore. If that sounds like your thing, get on this.


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